Welcoming holiday homes for relaxation and holiday vibes

The new Lalandia holiday resort in Søndervig is already a popular holiday destination for families. Here, the guests can enjoy their stay in one of the varying houses. All house have Troldtekt ceilings to ensure good acoustics and a comfortable environment.

In June 2022, the third Lalandia holiday resort opened – Lalandia in Søndervig on the west coast of Jutland. The catchy name ‘Lalandia’ is Latin for Lolland, the island in southern Denmark where the first Lalandia opened in 1988. The concept has proved to be extremely successful, with visitor numbers approaching 1.5 million guests a year for the three resorts. Most of the guests come from Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Germany.

Holiday homes with good acoustics

In addition to the tropical water park that can accomodate up to 1,600 guests at the same time, restaurants and many different activities, Lalandia also rents out 464 holiday homes, which have been built adjacent to the large hall. They are located in a flat terrain just north of the activities, so holiday guests only have a short distance to walk to the attractions, the town of Søndervig and the North Sea, which lies only 500 metres away.

The houses vary in terms of both their size and shape, but Troldtekt acoustic panels have been installed on all the ceilings. In total, approx. 24,000 square metres of Troldtekt have been supplied, either as roof cassettes or panels for installation with screws. In some houses Troldtekt ceilings in natural wood have been chosen, and in others white Troldtekt acoustic ceilings have been installed.

Read more and see pictures in our case about Lalandia holiday resort here.

Facts

Project:
Lalandia Søndervig
Architects:
Bay Arch
Client:
Lalandia A/S
Contractor:
CC Contractor
Consulting engineers:
Niras
Troldtekt products
Ceiling panels:
Troldtekt acoustic panels
Colour:
Naturak wood, white 101
Structure:
Fine (1.5 mm wood wool), ultrafine (1.0 mm wood wool)
Edge design:
K5 with 5 mm bevel
Installation:
With Troldtekt structure screws
Text & photos
Text:
Thomas Mølvig, architect MAA
Photos:
Thomas Mølvig, architect MAA