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.
As well as this, Armourcoat also featured among the main stage speakers and presentation to the 2019 Surface Design Award winners.
To see Armourcoat’s ‘quiet zone’ at the Surface Design Show, watch this video
The Surface Design Show, held at Islingtonʼs Business Design Centre in February, is a must-attend annual trade event to source products, gain new insights and connect with innovative and exciting materials, such as Armourcoat Acoustic.
The system comprises of a special mineral wool composite panel that is bonded onto the substrate and finished with a seamless layer, presenting an elegant marble-based plaster finish while allowing sound energy to pass through the surface.
The Armourcoat stand focused on creating a ʻquiet zoneʼ at the show, using the new acoustic plaster system recently granted the Quiet Mark Award – the international mark of approval from the Noise Abatement Society Charitable Foundation.
Through its pioneering acoustic tests, Quiet Mark awards its distinctive Purple Q Mark to products and services evidencing excellence in low noise and high performance.
Poppy Szkiler, founder and MD of Quiet Mark, shared seasoned insights as a third generation noise reduction campaigner on the main stage, discussing acoustic solutions for a noisy world.
Armourcoat expressed its delight at supporting the 2019 Surface Design Awards, in which it sponsored the ʻSustainabilityʼ categories.
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