Client: Urban Development
Type of works: ReSpace provided floor, wall and soundproofing treatment
With the implementation of floor, wall and soundproofing treatment, ReSpace effectively created a sound isolated box within the room. One of the key requirements was to minimise space loss, therefore, specific acoustic materials were chosen to ensure the studio space was maximised.
The result from this project sound proofing was that the recording studio spaces could be used concurrently, whilst not distracting any of the office staff, or other surrounding areas. ReSpace also installed concrete core acoustic doors and sound absorbing acoustic panels to reduce the reverberation time within the space. With these extra acoustic products, optimal recording acoustics were achieved, whilst not disturbing adjacent space.
Previous to this installation Urban Development had no sound proofing whatsoever, therefore, when artists used to studio to record music the rest of the building was unusable.
ReSpace Acoustics provided the consultation, design and specification to deliver a cost effective studio acoustics solution, working within the grant budgetary constraints. All works were undertaken; including sound proofing to floors, walls and ceilings. Acoustic panelling, decoration, lighting and cabling infrastructure.