Office ceilings they have gone from being a forgotten and irrelevant area to being one of the points to take into account when designing the interior of a workplace. A clear example is the increasingly widespread selection of wood for office ceilings, an elegant and also very versatile material, compared to other materials that may be decoratively colder and more vulgar. Office ceilings have found their role in these projects for different reasons:
- Aesthetically, they are capable, on their own, of producing a great visual impact on the user. The clearest example occurs when we use solutions with wood slats like Spigogroup did in the offices of Autodesk, the EFEBE Group, and FINSA. Or also with curved ceilings such as those installed in the offices of the Fundación Laboral para la Construcción in La Rioja.
- From the point of view of the office acoustics, office ceilings are one of the first surfaces on which to act if we want to enjoy good acoustic comfort. Both with the use of acoustic wood panels in removable ceilings (see the acoustic ceilings of Laboratorios Cinfa), as with the installation of acoustic islands (see the Monkton Combe School in Bath, England)
- When they are accessible ceilings, they offer, in addition, the possibility of hiding pipes, cables and air conditioning, public address systems, security systems, networks, etc., (see those of the Tenerife Tax Office)
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