Hurst have recently completed the installation of a stunning acoustic ceiling within the ‘Square Chapel’ at Halifax, based on a stained glass design, working with Wildgoose Construction.

The panels were designed in groups of 5 and are manufactured by Soundsorba. Each individual panel has been cut and wrapped in fabric to the required shape and then installed on adjustable wire hangers. This creates the floating raft ceiling feature in-between the main steel work structure.

The acoustic panels can also be vertically hung as baffles or installed directly to perimeter walls and/or plasterboard bulkheads.

Produced in many sizes and colours the panels are a stylish and creative alternative to a full lay-in grid suspended ceiling and can emphasize the buildings overall fabric/design.



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