Acoustic geometric islands that fit into each other and whose shape is reminiscent of the famous video game "Tetris", employees no longer feel locked up, they can hear clearly, focus on their work and the light can cross the room.
Around 2,000m² of Rockfon products were installed throughout the school to improve acoustic sound absorption – particularly in areas where the design of the school meant that traditional suspended ceilings were unable to be installed.
With an impressive 110,500 m2 shopping area including 195 stores and a 40,000 m2 parking space, Sørlandssenteret is now northern Europe's largest shopping center.
End of life wet felt tiles were upcycled by Rockfon after South Tyneside Council specified new Rockfon Koral ceiling tiles for their town hall refurbishment.
Rockfon ceiling systems were selected for Skibbereen because they either met or exceeded the acoustic requirements specified by the Department of Education.