Such was the case at Hamilton’s The Base Food Court, where the challenge was to control the noise within this busy dining area and provide an exciting decorative finish. The solution was to use high sound-absorbing Fabwall panels in 25, 50, 75 and 100 mm thickness to create a 3D look that mirrored the exterior cladding motif of the building. The panels were placed on two walls above the store fronts to control flutter echo and create a focal point within the open space.
Likewise, for for the Wintec Hub’s new atrium, custom made Fabwall panels with a high-impact core and laminated with a durable grey PVC-coated glass-fibre fabric were developed and installed to control noise and keep the look of the tilt slab construction. Super-sized Snaptex panels with digital printed artwork were used on upper levels to bring a fun element to the space and give additional sound absorption.
As you can see, with good design, effective products and Asona's technical know-how, controlling unwanted noise can be achieved in a practical sense while making a visually dramatic statement. For more information contact the Asona technical team.