Ceiling with windows and grid structure covered with acoustic plaster

Acoustic plaster

Our acoustic plaster systems provide a seamless and invisible alternative to traditional wall-to-wall ceilings. They consist of an absorbent plaster that can be sprayed to virtually any surface in a wide range of applications, including straight and curved walls, dramatic angles and arching domes in spaces such as lobbies, atrium, historic buildings, restaurants and other large commercial spaces.
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Seamless acoustic ceilings

Seamless acoustics has never been easier

With our acoustic plaster solution Ecophon Fade™, it is quick and easy to transform a normal ceiling to one that significantly improves the room acoustics. Fade combines the flexible properties of plaster with the comfort of sound absorption, enabling you to create exquisite expressions or invisible installations on your ceilings without compromising acoustic comfort.

Multi-storey office lobby with acoustic plaster ceiling


Colours and surface effects

Our acoustic plaster solutions provide many design options. Surface texture is one. Choose between smooth or textured surface in one of the available standard colours. The acoustic plaster can be supplied in a choice of RAL or NCS colour options on request.

Close-up of acoustic plaster with rust appearance

Bespoke design ceilings

For some projects, plain colours are not enough. By using differently pigmented plaster layers, it is possible to create stunning effects such as rost, concrete and wood. 


Easy installation & repair

Easy to curve

The sandable acoustic plaster can be “shaped” to accommodate the curvature.

Acoustic curved ceiling at Victorian Pride Centre
Application of acoustic plaster to minor damage

Easy to spot repair damages

If done correctly, minor repairs and penetrating damages can be repaired and stains can be fixed with great results. Even larger damaged areas can be refurbished by sanding down the layers and reapplying new plaster.



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