Acoustic solution for glass partitions
With the advent of the pandemic, several companies have transformed their office space from an open concept to a private meeting room to foster collaborative work. Several of these collaboration rooms are inside glass partitions. Glass partitions can also be very effective in isolating noises and allowing an abundance of natural light to illuminate offices. Many of them have wooden, ceramic, or concrete floors and they are combined from open ceiling. They give a clean and timeless look. However, the absence of non-absorbent materials, such as carpets and suspended ceilings can cause an echo and make verbal exchanges uncomfortable for those in the room. Noise is also at the forefront of the discomfort felt by workers.
To fix the problem, it's possible to add our acoustic wall panels like our Düotex or the Tekboard Studio. Without losing the aesthetic advantages of glass partitions and the sleek and timeless feel of your environment, it's possible to add acoustic felt on your walls. Using Düotex Tahmea, our peel and stick felt on your walls, you can stylize your acoustic tiles by using a CNC cut, to get a unique shape or design.
We also have our 3D acoustic panels, the Tekboard Studio. This felt has a high sound absorption property and is suitable for all rooms where resonance is excessive. With it’s simple and sleek design making it easy to install, the Tekboard Studio will be an easy option to fix your echo problems.