Acoustics can be tricky. No two spaces are the same, and everyone has different noise-reducing needs. That’s where we come in. With our free acoustic analysis form and a friendly team of experts on hand to answer any of your queries and help with installation, Whiteboards and Pinboards provides the easy solution. Our products are designed to significantly reduce reverberation in any room, lowering the decibel count to a safe level and reducing discomfort. From busy reception areas and call centres to classrooms and medical rooms, our stylish and environmentally-friendly acoustic materials are an essential addition to your space.
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It’s no secret that workplace acoustics is one of the most significant factors in employee satisfaction. Loud offices can hinder productivity, increase absenteeism and staff turnover, and make for a less enjoyable place to work. One of the most common employee complaints is about excessive noise, and it has the power to turn a productive […]
A whirling chorus of keyboard tapping and computer fans intensifies as students hurriedly complete their assignments due later in the afternoon. Those already finished talk and laugh among themselves in small groups, while the teacher raises her voice to tell off two rowdy boys wrestling in the corner. A slightly off-key version of Greensleeves bellows […]
Who doesn’t love sitting down to a meal in a fancy restaurant with the dulcet tones of a lawnmower ringing in their ears? In a room with poor acoustics, this isn’t far from the case. Studies show that repeated exposure to a decibel count of 85 or more can have significant detrimental impacts on your […]
At Whiteboards and Pinboards we specialise in custom acoustic solutions for workplaces, schools and businesses. We offer on-site consultation to identify your needs, and work with you every step of the way from planning to installation to post-project consultation to ensure the best outcome.Check out some of our recent projects
Creating a comfortable yet stimulating space for children has become an essential focus for child care centres, and Takanini Child and Family Center is no exception. “We had a group come in to look around over the weekend and found the sound quality within the room exceptional” – Karen Shields, Counties Manukau Kindergarten Association. Counties […]
Located in the heart of the bustling Singapore Business District, Tanglin Trust School is a British International School catering for students from pre-school through to high school. The school decided to collaborate with Autex to transform a classroom into a modern learning environment.l As the classrooms were refurbished, Head of Infant Education, Paula Cragie wanted to make […]
The state-of-the-art Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre has set a new standard in aquatic excellence, providing New Zealander’s with a world-class training environment as well as the capacity to host national and international competitions. Project Background Pacific Environments NZ Ltd, Architects, became involved with the development of the aquatic centre in 2009 when […]
New technologies in schools have resulted in a paradigm shift in the way educational spaces are created and used. Today’s learning environments consist of flexible speaking and listening spaces where collaboration, group work, complex problem solving, digital information gathering and publishing occur. Aware of a recent survey that found that children in semi-open plan schools […]
“It’s easy for putting staples in, easy to flick them out …it just makes our life so much easier, it makes a hard job easy.” Nicole Heuser – Teacher, Gisborne Central School Project Background & Purpose Three local Gisborne Schools underwent a much needed retrofit of their older and relocatable, kitset classrooms. This project was […]
Project Background & Purpose Westmount School recently refurbished their Kaipara campus to include a new learning centre designed around forward thinking learning styles. The modern learning centre includes a large open collaborative area, banquette seating and glazed brainstorm and project rooms. Although visually appealing, the hard surfaces and large open area had the potential to […]
The Project Situated on the picturesque shores of Sydney Harbour in New South Wales, Australia, Taronga Zoo is home to over 4,000 animals from more than 350 species. Over its 100 year history, Taronga Zoo has seen a lot of change and development. The Zoo has a strong commitment to conservation, scientific research and education. […]
In 1822 Wesleyan Methodist missionaries came to Tonga. By the mid-19th century, Wesleyan Methodist Christianity was well established and is now central to Tongan identity. The Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga is now an independent church and is the largest Methodist denomination in Tonga. Members of the royal family are church members. The Free Wesleyan Church […]
In the late 1990s, Paul Green began offering music lessons to children after school from his home in the USA. The lessons proved so popular that he opened the Paul Green School of Music in Philadelphia. Paul noticed that students who performed in public and who played in bands with older established musicians progressed further […]
Formerly the Broadcasting Centre for the Olympic Games, Loughborough University’s newly renovated campus at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is now home to the highly acclaimed tertiary institute, as well as a wide range of other organisations, from large international companies to small local businesses. With direction to reinvent the space and make it particular to […]
BQH staff had become aware of reverberation issues in the office. They found that after long meetings they felt distracted, tired and worn out. The large meeting room features glass and exposed brick linings, while the small meeting room has solid concrete walls and ceilings – all highly reflective surfaces that are prone to create […]