Posts tagged 'acoustics'

Top tips for open office etiquette

How to get the best out of your employees with an open office plan The UK has twice as many open plan offices as the

Opinion
Kvadrat, Acoustic Textile Felt FR, upcycled, sustainable

Really’s Acoustic Textile Felt FR features a pioneering bi-component fibre

The textile firm’s latest launch is made of recycled post-production polyester, which allows for complete recycling of the material Revitalising end-of-life textiles by turning ‘waste’

Design

Mute partners with furniture provider obo to launch UK exclusive range of acoustic products

The new collection includes a range of meeting pods, acoustic lighting and sound absorbers As one of Europe’s leading manufacturers in acoustic products for the

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The Royal Festival Hall’s new bar, Spiritland, sounds like nowhere else in London

Built as part of the Festival of Britain in 1951, the Royal Festival Hall is rooted in design. Already home to the Skylon restaurant, the

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Arper gives the office cubicle a new lease of life

For decades, office cubicles have been regarded as the apogee of corporate dehumanisation. Originally designed in the 1960s by Robert Propset for US furnishings giant

Design
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The Jordanki concert hall, Poland, by Fernando Menis

There is something both organic and alien about the Jordanki concert hall in Torún, in northern Poland. Its exterior is a fairly urban collection of

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Workplaces today are constantly in flux, says Benjamin Hubert

With his new company Layer, UK designer Benjamin Hubert is figuratively removing his name from above the door to some extent but taking his expertise

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CDW15: Abstracta showcases new acoustic designs

Swedish company Abstracta is launching Airflake XL, a decorative acoustic screen by Stefan Borselius, at Clerkenwell Design Week, which runs from 19-21 May. A development

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Glimakra storage units can reduce sound by over 40%

Glimakra has introduced Sabine, a range of sound-reducing furniture designed to absorb noise in the workplace. The freestanding storage units are covered in square acoustic

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Contemporary update of listed office building

Brady Mallalieu Architects has completed the final phase in the refurbishment of Brown Rudnick‘s Mayfair office, which has been designed to reflect the evolving architectural

Interiors

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