Aesthetics contribute to job satisfaction. Troldtekt acoustic panels allow you to combine the benefits of having a healthy indoor climate with elegant design of your choice. A popular choice for corporate domiciles are the award-winning Troldtekt design solutions that give architects the freedom to design distinctive ceilings and wall surfaces on a large scale.
The series includes several design variants featuring milled grooves. For example:
- Troldtekt line, which has longitudinal milled grooves in a seamless look without any visible joins to create a visually calm finish similar to linear wood ceilings.
- Troldtekt line design which, like Troldtekt line, has longitudinal grooves, but where the grooves are spaced at varying distances from one another to create a completely different rhythm.
- Troldtekt curves, which has wave-shaped grooves, creating a pattern of gently sweeping curves along the surface of each panel.
- Troldtekt v-line, which is a slightly thinner panel than the other design solutions, and where the longitudinal V grooves either run lengthways from one end of the room to the other (1way) or are broken by transverse grooves where the panel ends meet (2way).
In addition, there are several design solutions with a more distinctive look. For example Troldtekt rhomb and Troldtekt puzzle.
The various Troldtekt products – both the classic panels and the design solutions – are available as unpainted acoustic panels or as painted panels in a variety of standard and custom colours to match the interior design etc. of the office.
Troldtekt acoustic solutions are suitable for both newbuilds and renovation. For installation on existing ceilings, the two-layer Troldtekt Plus acoustic panels are available, which have a backing layer of sealed mineral wool. This ensures good acoustic properties while lowering the ceiling height by as little as 47 mm.
Floating acoustic clouds are a flexible option for regulating the acoustics just where the need is greatest. The clouds can be installed instead of a complete acoustic ceiling, or used to further improve the acoustics in one particular part of a room.