Working with Burling Brown Architects, we transformed the library at Trinity Lutheran College on the Gold Coast with Autex Frontier ceiling acoustics. The lightweight fins were installed onto a standard grid ceiling below a curved roofline, with voids and architectural panels in the grid enhancing the acoustic properties. The school was impressed with the aesthetic effect we created while reducing echo in the busy space.
We installed these custom-made Autex Cube acoustic panels at the Zillmere Basketball Courts in North Brisbane. 12mm panels were used in Galaxy, Ironbank, Flatiron and Herald colours, with a 25mm shadow line in contrasting wall paint creating a stunning visual effect while reducing reverberated noise!
The boardroom in GHD’s Brisbane office was enhanced with the addition of glass whiteboards, which were painted to exactly match the existing wall paint.
We decked out the new building at Mt Ommaney Fire Station with a range of stylish and practical communication solutions.
The kitchen and meeting room at Mirvac’s Brisbane offices are comprised of hard surfaces like glass, polished concrete, granite and plasterboard – which are visually striking but conducive to sound reverberating around rooms.
For this unique installation at Waterford West Preschool, we custscut Peel ‘n’ Stick tiles to perfectly fit storage doors.
Acrylic whiteboards in 3 of BDO’s meeting rooms had become discoloured over time, so we suggested Frameless Glass Whiteboards to ensure a fresh look for years to come.
Wilsonton Primary School were seeking a solution to classroom echo that they could easily install, would look good and make for a more pleasant learning environment.
We worked with Kingston State School to help improve the acoustics across four classrooms and one flexible learning area.
Bayside Special School were having problems with reverberated noise in their multipurpose room, so we worked with them to brainstorm an effective solution.
This rapidly expanding health and wellness clinic was experiencing noise transference from their consulting rooms to the waiting rooms.
Special needs children can be particularly susceptible to noise distractions, so Durack Primary School were looking for a way to reduce reverberation in their dedicated special needs room.