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Designing Acoustic Solutions to Complement Unique Environments

In today's fast paced society, acoustics have become an essential element for many architects and designers when considering the design of living and working environments. Creating an acoustically balanced space has proved to increase productivity in the workplace and provide much needed peace to the busy lifestyle many people lead.

Due to their versatile qualities, acoustic panels have become much more commonplace when projects include issues concerning reverberation. Autex Cube is a lightweight, semi-rigid panel which is both dynamic and functional. Made from 100% recycled PET plastic, Cube's lightweight nature makes for flexible and variable design concepts as well as easy installation including suspended baffles.

Cube offers endless design opportunities, allows the specifier to take complete control of the design process and supports the opportunity to create something completely unique. By employing custom in-house water cutting, Cube can be used as a base material for creative solutions where design and aesthetics are a priority including bespoke 3D tiles, lamps, doors, suspended baffles and more. Autex is a start to finish interior acoustic product manufacturer; they can collaborate with specifiers right from the beginning of any project, providing them with reverberation calculations and design expertise to bring their inspirations to life. The photos above display a number of custom designs that have been brought to reality for designers worldwide.

For information on creating bespoke solutions for controlling noise reverberation, contact Autex.

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