Modern architecture combines the materials concrete and glass with a simple design and a reduction to the most essential. But the beautiful aesthetics come with a disadvantage: The reverberant surfaces generate unpleasant room acoustics with long reverberation and pronounced propagation of sound waves.
An acoustics solution using décor panels from audiofoam effectively combines sound insulation and aesthetics. The sound waves can penetrate the open cell structure of the melamine resin foam instead of being reflected into the room.
The light-weight design makes installation extremely easy! The panels are glued so that no separate substructure is required.