Unwanted sound affects both our health and well-being. It’s not losing our hearing that we need to worry about but it’s time to address the impact sound has on our moods, cognition and behaviour in our home and workspaces.
Acoustic lighting is a welcome extension to the range of architectural acoustic treatments. Its benefit is twofold – combining the functionality of ambient or task lighting, with the reduction in disruptive noise and echoes with acoustic fabrics.
When installed in the right places, acoustic lights can really target and subdue noise levels. And with so many attractive designs available, it’s now easy to make a real feature out of reducing noise.
Made from a variety of materials from felt to recycled PET material, this innovative answer to reducing high noise levels in open plan and multi-purpose spaces is a very exciting trend.
- Ideal for open plan living and working areas
- Kindergartens and schools
- Media rooms
- Areas with poor acoustics – tiles, concrete, high ceilings
Features & Benefits
- Lighting and noise reduction
- Absorbs up to 30% of noise (particularly high frequency noise)
- Reduce echoes in large areas
- Target specific noisy areas – hang over meeting tables, over barista stations
- A great design element
- Some manufacturers are using sustainable materials or recycled product. Make sure you check.
Combine light, design and acoustics for the perfect mix of form and function.
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Let Black Pine Architects assist you with incorporating this product into your next project.