A mix of metal and mineral systems from Armstrong Ceilings has helped to transform a tired office block opposite Victoria station in London into a stunning mixed-use building.
For the sixth year in a row, Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has recycled the mineral tiles from the Farnborough International Airshow.
Gilberts Blackpool has applied its expertise beyond the primary visual element, the diffuser, with the company now manufacturing circular plenum chambers.
Denmark’s Experimentarium museum has seen architects specify Troldtekt wood wool panelling extensively throughout.
Buildings for education certainly have particularly stringent design requirements, something which this article from Armstrong Ceiling Solutions looks at…
This VELUX article looks at how multiple studies have shown exposure to natural light aids health and wellbeing, increases productivity and improves moods.
Leading UK manufacturer, Armstrong Ceiling Solutions, is set to exhibit a new virtual reality ceiling installation at various education shows this term.
Armstrong Ceilings has announced the launch of a new brochure to help architects and specifiers incorporate well-being measures into education buildings.
Space Field Lane recently received the donation of a new ceiling from Armstrong Ceiling, as a result of its new #eVoNewBeginnings competition.
London’s new Design Museum has opened and it features Troldtekt fine texture panels, helping absorb the various sounds of the building.