Wood acoustic solutions are the fusion of the two most important trends in architecture and decoration for the 2021: wood and acoustics.
Wood is consolidated as a first-rate material in building and decorating thanks to its extraordinary aesthetic value, its versatility and its ecological nature (renewable, recyclable and sustainable). Meanwhile, and partially due to the COVID-19 pandemic, acoustics has emerged as one of the main new concerns when designing a new building.
These are the three wood acoustic conditioning solutions that will be used the most in 2021:
- Wood acoustic panels: sound-absorbing panels made of wood that are placed on ceilings and walls to control reverberation. For many years, they have been the most popular acoustic solution in wood, but they have recently experienced a surge with the appearance of new finishes and textures, which complete their aesthetic possibilities. More information available in the Spigoacustic and Spigotec catalogues.
- Wood slat acoustic system: panels consisting of solid wood slats running parallel against a sound-absorbent background. This is an alternative that is often chosen for its elegance and used in offices and other business premises, cultural buildings, schools, etc. More information available in the Spigoline catalogue.
- Acoustic doors: these are technical doors with sound-absorbent wood panelling used in acoustic conditioning. More information available in the Spigodoor catalogue.
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