Ceiling Panels

The ceiling is perhaps the most overlooked part of any interior. Wherever you are, the ceiling determines, to a large extent, whether you experience a space as pleasant. It is therefore wise to add absorption to a hard ceiling for better acoustic results, usually in combination with other acoustic products.

The ceiling is perhaps the most overlooked part of any interior. Wherever you are, the ceiling determines, to a large extent, whether you experience a space as pleasant. It is therefore wise to add absorption to a hard ceiling for better acoustic results, usually in combination with other acoustic products.

Look up: your space consists of more than just four walls

Ceiling Panels help you to work, consult and dine quietly and productively, usually in combination with other acoustic solutions. They are a great way to inconspicuously improve the absorption of a space. This changes your ceiling into an attractive spatial element of the space.

Specifications

Composition

50mm thick, recycled aluminium in accordance with profile and EN-486.

Filling

Filled with sheep's wool 15 mm 1500 gr/m2, double sided.

Absorption

Sound absorption coefficient aw 0.60 on one side (NEN-EN-ISO 354).

Dimensions

(WxH)
1200mm x 1200mm
1200mm x 2400mm

Upholstery

A variety of Kvadrat upholsteries.
Createx: Visual or pattern of your choice.

Fire retardancy

Createx upholstery achieves DIN EN 13501-1

Up in the air

The ceiling is perhaps the most overlooked part of any interior. Wherever you are – an office, school, restaurant or care centre – the ceiling determines to a large extent, whether you experience a space as pleasant. Ceiling Panels help you to work, consult and dine quietly and productively, usually in combination with other acoustic solutions. Any reverberation is eliminated. In addition, the panels are tastefully and attractively designed. Panels are an easy way to bring peace and quiet to a space. Naturally, you can make your own choices, and we are happy to guide and advise you in this process.

From spaces to places