A contemporary bar code design on a suspended metal ceiling at the School of Architecture in Valencia Spain has been achieved by alternating a range of ceiling panels in varying widths and lengths. The project is the brainchild of Architect Ciro Vidal + Vicente Vidal, who achieved their ceiling design with the specification of Hunter Douglass Luxalon 80B, 130B and 180B range of multi - panel aluminium ceiling panels.
The resulting effect provides a dynamic finish to the circulation areas within the school and in particular the restaurant and rest area, where the expanse of ceiling provides a dramatic back drop for the architectural students.
The Hunter Douglas multi-panel system offers a wide range of options for the designer and is available in up to 5 widths and can be specified with either a V-shaped or U-shaped joint profile or alternatively left open. Panels are available in lengths up to 6000mm as standard and are available in a full range of polyester powder coated colour finishes.
Acoustics can also be enhanced by using perforated panels and the application of a bonded non woven textile membrane to the inside face of the panel. Luxalon multi-panel ceiling panels are clipped to an integrated carrier system and can be easily demounted for cleaning and ease of access to the plenum areas.
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