The term ‘acoustic coverings’ tends to call to mind utilitarian acoustic panels that privilege functionality over style. While such panels may have been the norm in the past, advances in technology and a fresh new outlook on acoustic management have seen acoustic products evolve in leaps and bounds. Today, the Australian market abounds with solutions that manage acoustics while enhancing the overall aesthetics within a space.
In their new white paper, Balancing Acoustic Performance with Design Aesthetics: A Specifier’s Guide to Decorative Acoustic Coverings, acoustic experts Woven Image dispel some of the most common myths and misconceptions associated with acoustic coverings.
To begin, the whitepaper provides an overview of acoustic control, guiding readers through the basics of why acoustic control is important and explaining the different types of acoustic solutions on the market. Next, it provides practical tips for acoustic management in commercial sectors, dividing advice into general considerations and sector-specific recommendations. Lastly, the whitepaper recommends high quality decorative acoustic coverings that can be integrated into commercial spaces including offices, healthcare environments, and education spaces.
Since 1987, Woven Image has led the global market for acoustic management products. Highly attuned to the changing needs and wants of the international design market, the company continually innovates to deliver unmatched decorative acoustic solutions that seamlessly marry performance and style.
To learn more about how decorative acoustic coverings can enhance your next project, download Balancing Acoustic Performance with Design Aesthetics: A Specifier’s Guide to Decorative Acoustic Coverings.