Decorative acoustic panels at the University of Bath (UK)
- 3 May, 2017
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoration, News, Spigogroup wood projects
It might seem that the use of acoustic panels inside a building is an aesthetically boring option. However, this may not necessarily be the case if you choose the right panel. We can even say that the result is the opposite and can play an important role in the interior aesthetics of a building when, for example, we talk about Spigoacustic wood acoustic panels (or wood acoustic decorative pictures) used by acoustics professionals. This is the case of Acoustic GRG, in the UK, which has implemented projects that are truly pleasing to the eye, like the one at the University of Bath.
The project was carried out between 2015 and 2016, and aimed to provide an acoustic solution to the new 10 West building at the University of Bath to house the expansion of the Department of Psychology, the new headquarters of the Institute for Policy Research and new areas of study for graduate programmes at the university. At the same time, the intervention was to enhance the interior design of the building, so it was decided to install Spigotec decorative wood acoustic panels; more specifically, model 28-16-16, MDF Class 0 with varnished cherry wood finish that brought warmth and elegance while attempting a minimum acoustic performance class B.
The team of Acoustic GRG installers, calculated the dimensions and dimensioned and mounted around the atrium of the new building more than 300 sqm of acoustic decorative pictures / panels supplied by Spigogroup. The result is truly spectacular, as can be seen in the pictures by Adam Coupe.
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