Troldtekt was recently chosen to help solve the problem of noise as part of the redevelopment of London’s once-neglected Gunnersbry Park Museum.
The London Gunnnersbury Park Museum is a prime example of how high-performance acoustic solutions, from companies such as Troldtekt, can solve the problem of noise in public places.
Acoustic solutions provider Troldtekt has opened a new, £21m state-of-the-art production facility in West Denmark, which will see it double its capacity of wood wool panelling per year.
Troldtekt 100% wood wool acoustic panels have been used to dramatic effect at London’s famous Open Air Theatre in Regents Park.
Healing design principles dictate that superior acoustics in hospitals are recognised as one of the most important factors in their design – something Troldtekt has explored.
With heavier materials and darker colours being used in more and more projects, Troldtekt is exploring the movement in detail in its latest Theme.
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.
Denmark’s Experimentarium museum has seen architects specify Troldtekt wood wool panelling extensively throughout.
London’s new Design Museum has opened and it features Troldtekt fine texture panels, helping absorb the various sounds of the building.
Newly opened Danish science centre ‘Experimentarium’ has seen Troldtekt ceiling panels installed, which will provide a high-performance sound absorbing surface.