Decorative specialists Armourcoat will be a headline sponsor at this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week, where they will also be introducing their new acoustic plaster system.
Developed to optimize the acoustics of interior spaces, the Armourcoat Acoustic plaster system provide a clean, smooth mineral surface that can be applied effortlessly over large expanses to both flat and curved surfaces.
Consisting of a special mineral wool composite panel bonded onto the substrate and finished with a seamless layer, the system presents an elegant marble based plaster finish, whilst allowing sound energy to pass through the surface.
The Armourcoat Acoustic installation at the Brunner showroom on Rosebery Avenue will showcase the product, together with Armourcoat’s complete range of decorative surface solutions.
Celebrating its 9th year, the award-winning Clerkenwell Design Week (22 – 24 May) has become the UK’s leading independent design festival, annually attracting the international design community to the small area of London for three days of exciting events. Last year’s show saw 34,128 attendees and more than 300 exhibiting brands.
(image of the Minster Building, London © Jonathan Banks)
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