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Decorative acoustic panels are wood panels made of sound-absorbent wood which we use for acoustic conditioning in rooms and which we can also etch so that they become an active element in decorating a room.

They are the quickest and easiest way of controlling that reverberation which can be so harmful to a room’s acoustics. Decorative acoustic panels are quick and easy to make, and they are as easy to install as a shelf.

Depending on the building (corporate headquarters, hotel, school, Winery, etc.) and the room where we have to intervene (waiting room, office, dining room, reception, meeting room, shop premises, etc.) we can use different images for decorative acoustic panels. These are some of the options that we have worked on at Spigoart, the Spigogroup division which manufactures pictures and decorative acoustic panels:


1.- Photos of the company’s or institution’s products or buildings. Many companies have professional, high-quality photographs of their products and buildings found in their catalogues which can be used in producing decorative acoustic panels for company offices and meeting rooms.

2.- A landscape or still life: a very good option in, for example, wineries who want to showcase their vineyards and grape clusters.

3.- Portraits of the company’s or institution’s presidents, officers or other important people.

4.- Reproductions of posters or films

5.- Reproductions of paintings by famous painters

6.- Leaving only one colour using one of the finishes in melamine, natural wood or lacquer that we offer at Spigoart.

7.- Any hand-painted work carried out by an artist artist.



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