While aesthetics are crucial for deluxe commercial buildings, acoustics are often overlooked despite their obvious functional implications. Having a quiet space in which to operate can dramatically enhance the experience of the end user, giving rise to a feeling of well-being and peace.
Potters has a range of acoustic ceiling tiles for different purposes. Certain areas of a room may benefit from highly reflective tiles in one area and highly absorptive tiles immediately adjacent. When one considers the acoustic requirement differences between a meeting room, a lecture hall, a reception area and an open-plan office, you can appreciate the thought that should be applied to their respective designs.
Fortunately, superior acoustic performance does not have to come at the expense of high-grade aesthetics – one can achieve both with AMF ceiling tiles. The beauty of Potter Interior Systems’ product offering is that while two tiles may appear identical, their underlying acoustic properties may be different, allowing for both a seamless appearance and a optimal acoustic configuration.
Designing acoustics can be a complicated field, so designers should feel free to make use of Potter Interior Systems’ ceiling tile and grid specialists. They can provide technical advice and product recommendations. The company's resources also include a product selector guide and technical literature.
Potters can supply more than just ceiling tiles in regard to high-end office fit-outs. Potters has been involved in a number of high-end projects, including Ernst & Young, Zurich, ANZ Head Office, the BNZ rollout and McDonnell Dowell Head Office. Their product range also includes professional aluminium partitioning and commercial insulation.