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The most suitable settings for wood acoustic panels are auditoriums, concert halls, theatres, meeting rooms, offices, operas, conference rooms...

These buildings, where acoustics are a key aspect, are the ones which most benefit from using acoustic panelsmade with sound-absorbent wood, essential for the acoustic conditioning of rooms and very recommendable when, in addition, one seeks a touch of elegance, quality and beauty.

A good example of this is the Auditorium in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, built between 1993 and 1997 as a tribute to Alfredo Kraus, the most international Canary tenor and most loved by the general public. The building, designed by the architect Oscar Tusquets, opened later, in 2010, its multi-purpose 587 m² room for up to 610 people with a world first, an innovative mechanism to retrieve the seats.

Spigogroup, and Spigotec, its division which manufactures and supplies cladding, wood ceilings and wood acoustic panels, had the chance to be involved in this part of the project.

For this auditorium we supplied acoustic panels of sound-absorbent wood. In particular, we supplied the following models: Spigotec Smooth acoustic panels, finished in veneer oak painted on fire-resistant MDB and Spigotec Leo 16 acoustic panels, also finished in veneer oak painted on fire-resistant MDB.


See photos of wood acoustic panels at the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium



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