The popular DesignPanel is designed for continuous surfaces where a monolithic aesthetic is desired. The high quality press punched perforated plasterboard sheets are fitted with acoustic tissue backing to control unwanted reverberation and are available with tapered edges on 4 sides for a superior smooth finish when plastered and painted. This can be seen to great effect in the ceilings of St Cuthbert’s School’s new performing arts building where the seamless repeating textural pattern compliments and reflects the sunlight from the featured sky light.
When access to plenum services are required then Danoline’s Belgravia is an ideal choice. Supplied as a pre-painted white 600 x 600 mm rebated edge ceiling tiles, Belgravia fits into standard T24 grid systems, provides an attractive perforated texture and can be complimented by non-perforated tiles for border effects.
A good example of this can be seen in the meeting room ceilings of the American Express HQ offices in Auckland where architects Creative Spaces selected Belgravia Quadril 12 x 12 mm square perforation pattern to add textural interest, sound absorption and accessibility to plenum services.