Often architecturally groundbreaking buildings come with interesting interior challenges to match, such as concave and convex walls, or unorthodox shaped interior spaces.
Cheshire Architects selected Asona’s stretched fabric acoustic wall system to cover the curved, free-formed meeting rooms and reception area of Genesis Energy’s HQ Auckland offices. The custom-made, stretched-fabric wall panels comprised of flexible Triton 50 acoustic panels overlaid with 3mm Sonatex composite acoustic sheet finish and digitally-printed materialised fabric, edged-fixed into a QuickLock fabric track.
The panel components were pre-manufactured in the Asona factory and assembled on site. Digitally printing the fabric allowed for total control of the colours produced to match the desired interior palette.
The new Peter Gordon restaurant, The Sugar Club on level 53 of the iconic Sky Tower, improved the level of acoustic comfort for its patrons by incorporating Asona’s Snaptex, a stretched fabric acoustic wall system comprised of pre-fabricated curved acoustic wall panels with a composite impact layer and wrapped in luscious premium fabric: Avalanche Mink by designer Andrew Martin. The overall effect created smooth, sleek opulent feature walls that followed the curved interiors of the Sky Tower and enhance the atmosphere of a fine dining experience.