Achieving optimal room acoustics in lecture theatres can be a challenging task with the main aim in creating a multi use space that can project a sound throughout the room to ensure all can hear clearly.
Reverberation and sound transmission must be closely managed along with minimising any potential background noise.
Working on this Mclaughlin & Harvey project over a 5 week period with our involvement commencing at an stage and through a part of the design process with the Main Contractor, Manufacturer and Architect, we were proud to install such a high quality specification manufactured by Stil Acoustics. The product specified was a combination of white laminate, ash veneer and all accompanied by a ash twig detail on a black core MDF with Class O fire protection, this was installed throughout the main lecture theatre and the collaborative learning space ready for handover in October 2017.
The architect and designers had a clear and specific vision for the acoustics and the appearance of the timber paneling throughout these important areas of the university.