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Asona's Ceiling Solution for the Sir Paul Reeves Building

The bold sculptural curves and exaggerated shapes of the new building required a sympathetic ceiling product that would blend with and follow the flowing lines of the ceiling shapes.  Jasmax choose Asona’s Cleaneo-Random ceiling lining system to fulfill this requirement due to the seamless edge-to-edge perforated pattern of the ceiling tile that creates a fluid monolithic look.  It also gives good sound absorption for control of reverberation and its high impact resistance to marking make it perfect for a strong architectural design statement like the Sir Paul Reeves Building.

Cleaneo is a continuous random patterned perforated acoustic ceiling lining system designed for auditoriums, atriums and large public spaces.  The reinforced plaster panels are press-punched perforated with an acoustic tissue backer and face laminated with white foil for easy cleaning and high light reflectance. Cleaneo comes in a wide variety of perforation patterns.

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January 2014 EBOSSNOW Case Studies

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