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68 INSULATION; INTERIORS


Soundtect launches Freestyle®


UK based Acoustic solutions supplier – Soundtect recently announced the launch of its Freestyle®


product range, a lightweight, semi


rigid sound absorbing panel that can used in a variety of design and interior solutions. What makes Freestyle®


so innovative is its


incredible versatility – providing the perfect noise absorption solution in any domestic or commercial interior design spec. Made from 100 per cent polyester, 70 per cent of which is post-consumer recycled material. Freestyle®


Sto helps create the right impression


One of the largest-ever UK projects to be undertaken using StoTherm Classic M insulation and the Sto-Rotofix Plus fixing system has now been completed in Scotland. The Sto products have been used on the new Portobello High


is completely safe, environmentally friendly, non-


toxic, non-allergenic and incredibly easy to maintain – simply vacuum. www.soundtect.com


Creating the perfect acoustic ambience


The Experimentarium museum in Hellerup, Denmark has been listed as one of the ‘Greatest Places to visit 2018’ by Time Magazine. Following an extensive renovation, guests can now dive into a virtual submarine safari, zoom in on the world of microorganisms or travel through the Tunnel of Senses to explore sight, touch, smell and sound. However, one distraction they will not hear are the loud echoes and reverberations in the exhibitions and galleries from the noise and chatter of the thousands of daily visitors. This is because architects CEBRA have specified Troldtekt wood wool panelling extensively throughout. These panels, in white and grey, counterpoint the museum’s raw and industrial feel and contrast with the design elements of the copper, aluminium and glass. Troldtekt ceiling panels provide a very high-performance sound absorbing surface which absorbs and reduces the noise and reverberations bouncing off the interior hard surfaces. In addition, because the ceiling is suspended, it can be removed or adapted to accommodate exhibition changes within the 11,500sqm of public space.


www.troldtekt.co.uk Make offices out of the ordinary with UNILIN, division panels


UNILIN, division panels, designs and manufactures HPL and melamine surfaces for use in commercial environments and through its Evola and ClicWall ranges, it can provide office spaces with innovative, authentic looking surfaces that are durable and easy to maintain. In fact, UNILIN can offer office space designers a flexible way to approach walls, partitions, furniture and surface treatments; with different looks that all possess the same low-maintenance, splash-proof, scratch-resistant, fade-resistant and durable finish. Sharing 106 decorative effects, Evola and ClicWall offer everything from rustic wood and formed concrete effects through to brushed metal and solid colours. Working as a dazzling backdrop to an equally dazzling reception desk, creating a seamless look in kitchens, or simply as a stylish feature wall in meeting spaces; ClicWall features a patented Uniclic profile. Combined with an easy-slide strip for rapid installation, it is one of the easiest wall panel systems available today. In a size of 600mm x 2785mm, the 10mm thick panels are also available in FR (fire retardant) specification.


info.panels@unilin.com www.unilinpanels.com


School, which has been built adjacent to Portobello Park in Edinburgh. Graham Barr of JM Architects in Edinburgh said: “We were looking for large, smooth surfaces on the elevations, and the Sto solution allowed us to create these as the external wall insulation could be installed without the need for any visible movement joints.


01418 928000 www.sto.co.uk


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