Creating a vaulted ceiling with good acoustics
In the conference room at Egelund Castle, the architect wanted to create a vaulted ceiling that was sympathetic to the rest of the building’s architecture, while preserving the room’s good acoustics.
The successful result was a beautiful interaction between the lighting from the specially designed lamps, the natural light coming from the skylights and the perforated plaster tiles in the ceiling. With the large areas of perforation, the architect achieved a calm and aesthetic expression in the space.
The builder (Dansk Arbejdsgiverforening, The Confederation of Danish Employers) is proud of the renovation. The castle is a modern training and conference centre, so it is important that users feel comfortable, and the acoustics in the new conference room ensure a good atmosphere for learning.
The architect is delighted with the results of the renovation and the successful collaboration with Gyproc, the company behind Gyptone.
With the large areas of perforation, the architect achieved a calm and aesthetic expression in the space.
Gyptone BIG Quattro 44
Gyptone BIG Quattro 44 is a perforated plasterboard with square perforation that, together with acoustic backing tissue, provides good acoustic properties. The boards are made with tapered edges on all sides.