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Troldtekt sustainable acoustic panels have been specified in the construction of the Music Cafe, part of architects Haworth Tompkins designed extention at the Aldeburgh Music development at Snape Maltings,originally founded by composer Benjamin Britten. Troldtekt panels, made from 100% natural wood fibres mixed with cement, offer high sound absorption and durability, natural breathability and low cost life cycle performance.
The Wellesley in London’s Knightsbridge has been converted from a jazz club to a contemporary, art deco style hotel with acoustic flooring being provided by Schlüter-DITRA-SOUND. Associated Stone Group specified Schlüter-DITRA-SOUND for the acoustic flooring in all 36 bedroom en suites. Schlüter-DITRA-SOUND is a heavy polyethylene mat that reduces impact sound in airborne noise by 50%.
Hush Acoustics have developed acoustic flooring and sound insulation systems to reduce impact, airborne and reverberation noise between or within learning spaces in education environments.
Helping architects with acoustic issues around new build designs for schools, hospitals, transport hubs, offices and dwellings.
Chiltern Dynamics has produced a free Technical Information Sheet outlining current requirements, benefits and processes of acoustic testing.