One of London’s main railway stations, which underwent a £700 million redevelopment, features a blast-resistant ceiling from Hunter Douglas Architectural.
Acoustic material manufacturer Hush Acoustics launches a fully tested, building regulations-compliant acoustic treatment system.
Troldtekt ceiling panels have made a major contribution to the Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia, known as the greenest building in the UK.
A system approach by Hush Acoustics enables architects and contractors to upgrade sound insulation with confidence in ceiling and floor constructions of listed buildings.
A new four-storey school in Didsbury features Rockfon ceilings from four ranges, which were specified to suit particular needs throughout the facility.
Sound Reduction Systems has been awarded the highly respected Alcumus SafeContractor accreditation, in recognition of its Sonata installation team’s health and safety excellence.
Ecophon’s free-hanging sound absorber, Solo, has a new design with an exclusive textile fabric cover.
The Maxi 60 Ceiling System from Sound Reduction Systems makes it easy to upgrade acoustic insulation in ceilings and provides fire protection.
Over 13 years since it was first installed, ductwork fabricated from The Kingspan KoolDuct System is maintaining ideal learning conditions at the National STEM Learning Centre at the University of York.
When interior design company Sibley Grove re-designed the public areas at The Chamberlain Hotel in London, they specified Troldtekt’s wood wool panels.