Screenwood linear panels were specified for the interiors of an office in Malvern, Victoria to meet both aesthetic and acoustic requirements.

Located in a prominent Victorian-era building on High Street in Malvern, the project involved the rejuvenation of the historical structure. Jackson Clements Burrows Architects adopted a sensitive approach to the traditional design, introducing high performance modern finishes and features to create a contemporary workplace that also honours its history.

An acoustic solution that looks as good as it sounds.

Screenwood linear panels were installed along the conference room walls in a vertical position, drawing focus upwards and across the ceiling to emphasise the dramatic saw-tooth roofline.

Screenwood panels are architectural linings that also provide excellent sound absorption, controlling reverberated noise effectively to increase acoustic comfort in interior spaces.

Abundant sunlight floods the conference room, illuminating the Screenwood panels and contributing to the warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Screenwood linear panels are made to order using environmentally certified, locally sourced Victorian Ash/ Tasmanian Oak, which features creamy blonde tones with relatively low colour variation.

(Credits) Specifier: Jackson Clements Burrows Architects; Photography: Nicole England