Looking Up: Ceilings are the new aesthetic canvas, with products that take looks into account as well as function.
Posted: February 1, 2016
Compatible with Lutron’s Sivoia QS 100/150/300 roller shades, this solution for building perimeters integrates with drywall and acoustical suspension systems to provide a seamless fit between ceiling and shade pockets. It installs up to 12 times faster than drywall pockets and includes an integral subbracket- and-wire harness system to simplify shade installation.
Straddling the line between sculpture and acoustical intervention, this system of polyester sound-reducing grids offers a .90 NRC. The individual modules may be fixed directly to the ceiling or suspended from it. Cloud is available in over a dozen colors and multiple formations (including Stratus, shown).
These nondirectional acoustic panels come in three noisereduction and three noiseisolation options. The panels’ .90 light-reflective finish also maximizes the amount of natural and artificial illumination present in a room. Featuring no less than 63% recycled content, the panels contain USG’s ClimaPlus anti-microbial coating, which protects against mold, mildew, and sagging.
Designed for auditoriums, restaurants, and performance spaces, these black soundabsorbing stone-wool ceiling panels offer up to .95 NRC and are UL/ULC-certified for flame spread and smoke development, as well as Greenguard Gold–designated. The modular tiles fit in standard 15⁄16" ceiling suspension systems and come in two sizes and thicknesses.
This recessed modular track features a 10-way bus system that supports various devices, including lighting, HVAC, security cameras, multi-sensors, and high-performance speakers. Fixtures can be added, removed, or repositioned at any time and are individually controlled from the user’s smart phone or other device. Created by Porsche Design Studio, the modules are available in both set and custom lengths.
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