Suspended & direct fixing acoustic ceilings
Wall-to-wall acoustic ceiling systems - the ceiling solution for optimum room acoustics
Our range of modular ceilings consists of acoustic ceiling systems installed as suspended ceilings or as acoustic tiles fixed directly to the soffit. They cover the entire (or close to) ceiling area and thus provide the largest possible area for acoustic treatment of a room. Having no sound reflections from above is the best way to mimic nature and a full coverage is the optimal solution.
The suspended ceilings are available with exposed, partly visible or completely concealed grids and – in combination with a range of ceiling tile edges and colours – open up for various design effects.
Grid systems for suspended ceilings
Our Connect™ grid ceiling system is made in galvanized steel and is available in several colours that complement our ceiling tiles. There are also two types of grid systems designed specifically for different levels of corrosive environments.
Acoustic baffles & free-hanging panels
When a wall-to-wall solution is not an option or needs improvement
Acoustic baffles and acoustic panels provide a great alternative for projects where a wall-to-wall solution is not an option, undesired or in need of improvement. Think acoustic treatment of lobbies, atriums, historic buildings, restaurants or shopping centres, among others.
Acoustic panels can also be used as free-hanging units in addition to a full-coverage solution in areas where many sound sources are present and where sound propagation needs to be controlled. It is possible also to create acoustic quiet zones. Hanging acoustic panels directly over work areas, receptions and information counters or other strategic points throughout the space, can significantly improve poor acoustic.
Acoustic wall panels & acoustic screens
The perfect compliment to an acoustic ceiling for best room acoustics
While a sound-absorbing ceiling dramatically reduces the overall sound level and sound propagation in a room, bare walls will still create echoes. Our wall panels and free-standing acoustic screens reduce these echoes and will take away unnecessary sound reflections and enhance speech clarity, and make it possible to better hear what people are saying.
The acoustic wall panels are available as framed solutions that can also be used for larger installations, or as non-framed acoustic panels in different shapes and sizes. Which solution you should choose depends on factors such as the area available for sound treatment, acoustic quality of the room as well as the requirements for mechanical resistance and aesthetics.
Seamless acoustic solutions
Acoustic plaster solution combining high-value aesthetics and acoustic performance
A solution that is discreet and possible to apply on virtually any surface including straight and curved walls, dramatic angles and arching domes. The fade® Acoustic Plaster is an acoustic plaster solution spray applied to walls and ceilings. Its highly absorbent qualities allow for optimum acoustic control in large, commercial spaces. The plaster system is well-suited to a wide-range of developments, from historic buildings to high-end residential, commercial, retail and educational spaces.
Integrated ceiling lighting
Integrated lighting solutions for your acoustic ceiling
Our range of integrated lighting solutions features different shapes and louvre designed specifically for different environments. All of our solutions have a slim design for a low installation height and are available in on/off and dimmable versions.
Find the optimum acoustic solution
Get it in your favourite colours
An acoustic ceiling can affect the entire look and feel of a room. Ecophon has developed different types of surfaces and in different colours to suit most types of environments. The Connect™ range of grids, profiles and accessories also exist in a wide range of colours to complement our ceiling and wall panel solutions. Also when it comes to acoustic quality – all colours are equally good.
How to create a good sound environment
When designing good room acoustics, you need to go through the process of identifying the activities that are to take place, the people who are performing the activities and what type of space it is. This will lead to a designated acoustic solution. We call that Activity Based Acoustic Design.