aask us ceiling system elevates Cambridge Science Park

aask us ceiling system elevates Cambridge Science Park

Leading finishing designer and manufacturer, aask us, has supplied a unique ceiling system to a laboratory centre at Cambridge Science Park.

aask us supported Zen Commercial Interiors by manufacturing a bespoke metal mesh ceiling for Trinity College’s Bio-Innovation Centre.

Installed on aask us’ unique table grid system, the black open-celled mesh has helped create a stunning, industrial ceiling within the three-storey building.

The suspended system complements the Bio-Innovation Centre’s contemporary aesthetic and adds a sense of elevated height to the communal space.

The hub features high-end office spaces, large open plan areas and 28 laboratories, and forms part of a £200 million collaboration between Trinity College and Tus-Holdings Beijing.

Ted Baker, Commercial Director at aask us, said: “We’re thrilled to have worked with Zen Commercial Interiors to produce a suspended ceiling for the university’s cutting-edge laboratory centre.

“Designed to meet project requirements, the bespoke system has helped create an open-plan area that encourages conversation and collaboration.

“We’re delighted to have supported this stunning build and look forward to a prosperous and long-lasting relationship with Zen Commercial Interiors.”

For more information on aask us’ floating ceiling systems, please visit their website.

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