Lobbies come in all forms, from intimate boutique hotels to voluminous multi-story office towers. Acoustical treatments can fit the space and its function.
Reduce echoes and reverberation to appropriate levels.
Range from subtle to dramatic with choices of wood, laminate, fabric, and other finishes.
Sound absorbing wall and ceiling treatments.
Make lobbies sound as warm as they look with absorbers from the Acoustical Wood Collection.
Normally reflective, wood surfaces are transformed into aesthetically pleasing acoustical finishes that include a choice of rich wood veneers, hole patterns, matchings, cuts, finishes, and edges.
Symmetrical hole patterns
Reverberation time (or T60) refers to the amount of time it takes for sound levels to decay 60 decibels. It is calculated using the square footage of the walls, ceilings, and floors and the reflectivity of the surfaces. Glass, wood, and painted finishes produce high reverberation times.
If your environment needs to be whisper-quiet, aim for reverberation times to 0.6 seconds or less. Want an energizing background buzz for reception areas, lobby restaurants, etc? In these cases, target T60 times for around 1.2 to 1.5 seconds.
Converting the right amount of wall surfaces from reflective to absorptive can make a world of difference to noise levels in large open areas.
Create designs that feature a visual effect, or use finishes that blend into the surroundings.
Cost-effective absorber, efficient in 1" thicknesses for speech frequencies. Flush-mountable on gypsum-board ceilings and walls.
SOUND & IMPACT ABSORBER
Resists medium impacts and increases absorption in all frequencies. Often used in classrooms, cafeterias, and hallways.
Your artwork, corporate logo, picture or message on acoustically transparent fabric. Compatible with any of these panels.
Ceiling baffles, clouds, and panels can cover large areas attractively and provide effective reverberation control.
Mounting options are many, including vertically or horizontally suspending from the deck, or simply flush-mounting.
Attractive and cost effective, hung in a wave-like form in large venues, producing high levels of sound absorption.
Effective absorbers for speech frequencies, starting at 1" thick; flush-mounted.
Horizontally suspended panels that achieve excellent absorption in a cloud configuration.
Efficient absorption from the bonding of two HardSide panels into two-sided, vertically hung absorbers.