Two products from Keystone Linings were used to create a striking ceiling feature at the new Aldinga Library in South Australia.
Designed by Brown Falconer Architects and built by Shape Australia, the library, which opened in February 2017, features meeting rooms, a coffee lounge, free internet access and more.
Guy Surfaces and Keystone Linings worked collaboratively with Brown Falconer Architects and Shape Group to deliver a unique ceiling made from coloured MDF and 42,250 pine dowels, equivalent to a total length of over 8 kilometres.
Keystone Linings products selected to create the unique feature ceiling included Key-Lena Palette Series Ebony with 195mm pine dowels and Key-Orb baffles made from Gen-Eco balsa/MDF.
Installed throughout the expansive interior, the ceiling panels provide a high level of acoustic performance, contributing to a lovely, ambient atmosphere for locals to read, study or simply relax.
Key-Custom: Custom feature ceiling featuring Key-Lena
When the design objective is to make a classy statement while maintaining top quality acoustics, choose Key-Lena for ceiling or wall decorative panels. Available in an extensive selection of pre-finishes, Key-Lena allows you to customise colours and finishes for your choice of slotted or perforated sheet styles. Alternatively, choose timber for a more natural look.
Cost-effective and long-lasting, Key-Lena ceiling and wall decorative panels are suitable for a variety of applications in commercial and residential interior design.