Acoustic Products provided their Topakustik Micro Perforated acoustic panels to manage sound inside Bloomberg's Vortex building.
Specialist joinery contractor, Taylor Made Joinery (TMJ) took the responsibility of installing the Topperfo Microsystem in American Red Oak.
The coordination and workload that went into the project meant that every aspect must be planned to the minutest detail. Every single panel was numbered and categorised when leaving the Topakustik factory in Switzerland. This was coordinated for when TMJ opened up the delivery crates it was a systematic installation.
Topperfo micro-perforated panels in 3/3/0.5 (aw 0.60, Absorption Class C, NRC 0.81) brings a sound-absorbing function which becomes almost completely invisible. The perforation measure 0.5mm so it is virtually invisible from a certain distance.
Using the angles of the wall with the acoustic properties of this Topperfo system will lower the sound pressure levels, slow down the reverberation time and help stop those ‘annoying noises’ quite often found in large atrium-like spaces. Leaving a more relaxed, warm and welcoming space for those fuelling innovations.
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