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Oak finish acoustic panels combine technology and aesthetic appeal. The reason for using acoustic panels in a project is primarily technical and has to do with acoustics.

Acoustic panels have a special sound absorption capability and are used to correct possible disturbances in a room’s acoustics. They are most commonly used in acoustic conditioning work, where the aim is to control the reverberation of a room.

However, these panels are also an interior cladding that is visible to the user, so it is desirable for them to go unnoticed or even offer a positive contribution to the room’s aspect.

Opting for acoustic panels with an oak finish, whether natural or varnished, increases the warmth and naturalness of the room, whilst dressing the wholel space and giving it character.

Here are four projects that employed Spigogroup acoustic panels.


Bodegas Barón de Ley

In this 2019 project, Spigoacustic 28-32-32 oak-finish acoustic tiles were chosen


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Centro Comercial Equinocio

Spigotec's Sagitario sound-absorbent wood panels were chosen for the corridors of this shopping centre in Madrid.




Auditorio de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

In this auditorium, panels of Spigotec's Liso and Leo 16 models were installed, with a varnished oak veneer finish.


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Fundación Laboral de la Construcción de La Rioja

This spectacular project highlights the installation of Spigoacustic 28-16-16 varnished oak acoustic panels in curved format joining walls and ceiling in a single surface.



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