Whimsical fantasy or a practical solution to acoustic control while adding drama and a touch of fun back into the work place.
This was the question that was answered by the architects CPRW Fisher for the ASB Lincoln road branch refurbishment.
The architects chose Asona’s Triton Sound Shapes cloud panels and customised the shape of the panels to playfully imitate umbrellas, grapes and a fern frond.
The final shapes were wrapped in fresh coloured, lustrous fabrics from Vivid Textiles & Laine Furnishing adding to the over-all effect whilst craftily controlling the room reverberation.
Asona Cloud Panels are a proprietary edge wrapped 50mm thick high sound absorbing acoustical panel with either a Sonatex glass mat acoustic facing, woven glass fabric or can be fabric wrapped.
Designed as a free floating acoustic ceiling panel, they can be clustered together on frames or direct fixed and are ideal for open plan call centres, offices, cafes and unconvenionally shaped spaces.
Made in NZ, Triton sound Shapes are available in a wide range of shapes, sizes and decorative finishes to suit the wildest imagination.
Architects: CPRW Fisher