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acústica en centros de trabajo 01Workplace acoustics with flexible, multi-purpose spaces is an area to consider when, as an architect or interior designer, you are faced with the challenge of designing these rooms.

The concept of the office is changing and, particularly since the pandemic, it has become much more elastic and adaptable to the circumstances of the moment. Teleworking, coworking formulas, a need for versatility and a need to adapt to high growth rates have made a dent in the appearance and distribution of workspaces. Where we used to have fixed spaces occupied by people who came on the same days and at the same times to occupy the same desks, now we have flexible spaces delimited by moveable, portable elements that help reconfigure the shape, surface area and seating capacity of each space according to the use we want to make of it.

This new feature of offices and workplaces makes the total acoustic conditioning of these spaces more necessary than ever. Now, a room that had good acoustics, where we did not think it was necessary to intervene can, in seconds, be transformed into a space with acoustic issues due to a change in size, the addition of walls of different materials or the reduction or increase of its seating capacity.

New workplaces require a comprehensive study of their acoustics, including all possible uses. They then need to be fitted with acoustic panels, such as those offered in the Spigoacustic, Spigotec and Spigoline catalogues, to help deal with potential issues.



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