The 3D range comes in a range of colours, shapes and style to blend into the background or become a talking point while providing the highest standard of acoustic support, whatever your environment.
Like its art movement namesake, cubism is a revolutionary new approach to its environment.
The asymmetrical design offers the ability to use 16 units in a square before repeating the pattern, while the four differently-levelled plains in one panel create interest.
Numerous different colour finishes and the option to paint your own bespoke colour makes Cubism versatile from everything from schools to offices.
Soundtect acoustic panels offer design options that are unusual and stand out, giving designers more choice and flexibility for acoustic applications.
Reverberation is reduced by offering Class A absorption to increase speech intelligibility in a specific area while reducing background sound noise levels.
Soundtect panels are easily wall mounted and can be used to create floating ceilings that absorb sound and enhance sound quality.
Soundtect acoustic panels address the complex issue of unwanted sound with performance levels up to 1.0 NRC but also add a positive design feature to your space. They can be unobtrusive and camouflaged, quietly getting on with the business of absorbing sound, or be the centre of attention and a real talking point with 12 eye-catching designs in up to 16 colours in addition to bespoke options. The design options are unusual giving designers more choice and flexibility for acoustic applications.
As a third-generation product which began life as a plastic bottle, was then turned into an exhibition carpet before Soundtect transformed it into their highly-efficient acoustic felt panels, Soundtect panels are the perfect solution for projects looking to achieve high-level of sustainability credentials. Soundtect is a key example of the circular economy. Create, reuse, refurb, recreate, refurb…
Soundtect’s hypoallergenic and non-toxic products are all continually tested to British and European standards for both fire and acoustics to ensure maintaining the highest level of quality and safety. Because the original carpet fibres are already fireproof, this element is integral to the product and not simply sprayed on.