Case Study

Congress Centre in Jonzac

Architect: Tetrarc
Contractor: A.Y. Gouraud
Country: France


The monolithic inspired Centre des Congrès in Jonzac, comprises several event rooms over its 3 000 m² surface. Its entrance hall particularly challenged the contractor to high levels of technical expertise.

The architect designed its spectacular ceilings and walls, which included multiple angles and slopes using Gyptone® Activ’Air®. 


Acoustic ceiling monolithic inspied

To maximize acoustic performances, perforated panels were creatively arranged on the ceiling. 

The town authorities has few engagement regarding energy transition, the building answers with the economical issues and the values of local energies.
For example, the all set is heated  (4 900 m²) and freshen by geothermal.


Gyptone Sixto 65

In the main space, an ecofriendly building, we will be focus on the large entrance wall, 600 m², with a 10 m height

This room is included with natural light, meaning that the contractor should be focus on a very aesthetical finish. The acoustical survey takes into account the acoustic insulation and reverberation.