Acoustic panels have become increasingly popular ever since they appeared in work environments a few years ago. The use of fixed panels with a fabric lining on the rear has increasingly become popular to not only enhance the aesthetics of a space but also increase usability.
Whether in restaurants, reception halls, offices, libraries, aged care or even hospitals acoustic panels are designed to combat noise pollution. They are often used in noisy areas and reduce, correct or absorb noise pollution, although the use of these panels in spaces that require a peaceful environment is continuing to be an emerging trend within interior design.
Echoes and sound pollution coming from the outside or from one room to another can be reduced thanks to acoustic insulation, which is typically achieved by fitting solid boards at the moment the building is constructed.
Therefore, acoustic panels are not the right solution for insulating spaces that suffer from noise pollution originating from the outside. Their main role is to absorb sound coming from within the room in question.
With an endless list of pre-finished options to choose from, LI Surfaces range of decorative melamine and high pressure laminate pressed onto board can be perforated, patterned, slotted or shaped to provide maximum noise reduction.
The design of the pattern is completely up to you! So why not get creative?
For even better acoustic performance, LI Surfaces can be combined with an acoustic fabric backing, so all you need to do is specify the colour and your pattern, and your wall linings contractor can do the rest!