With heavier materials and darker colours being used in more and more projects, Troldtekt is exploring the movement in detail in its latest Theme.
Armourcoat created a ʻquiet zoneʼ on its stand at the Surface Design Show, in order to highlight the benefits of the company’s acoustic plaster system.
In September 2017, St Bronagh’s Primary School in Rostrevor, County Down, moved into their newly built premises, which features Hush Acoustics products throughout.
Surface finish specialists Armourcoat have been specified in the VIVI restaurant, a new 1960’s
themed eatery opening in the Centre Point Building in London’s West End.
Hush Mat 15 is Hush Acoustics’ uniquely designed, high performing acoustic floor system.
The Association of Noise Consultants puts the building industry in control with a trusted route to deliver compliance for the housebuilding sector.
Armourcoat’s new Acoustic Plaster System has been granted the Quiet Mark Award – the international mark of approval from the Noise Abatement Society Charitable Foundation.
Troldtekt panels have featured in the Folkehuset Absalon in Copenhagen, a building that is a fine example of the growing trend towards multi-use and multi-purpose cultural social centres.
Hush Acoustics has recently been involved in a project at one of the most important historical ships, SS Great Britain.
Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has called on its extensive experience and expertise in multi-material ceiling solutions to reinvigorate its portfolio of wood solutions.