Asona has developed a range of wood grain finishes that can be digitally printed onto Sonatex and used as a facer on its lightweight, acoustic ceiling tiles, panels and beams.
Yellow 6 Architectural Interiors chose Triton Duo 60 for maximum control of sound absorption under the metal roofs of The Collective Dairy’s Avondale offices. Triton Duo 60 is a 60mm thick dual layer, composite class A absorber and attenuator ceiling panel, faced in maple wood grain Sonatex to match the plywood fittings and then fitted into a standard black grid for dramatic effect.
CPRW Architects specified Asona’s Triton 50 Cloud Panels and Baffle Beams throughout the new Metro Bowling Centre on Queen Street. The custom-made Triton 50 Cloud Panels consist of a 50mm composite glass-fibre panel face and edge wrapped in Sonaris perforated facing in a maple wood grain, print finish.
Asona’s Baffle Beams were used over the bowling lanes to control acoustics. These beams are high sound absorbing, composite, glass-fibre ceiling beams wrapped on all four sides and ends in the same maple wood grain printed Sonatex as the cloud panels.