A warm welcome with decorative design

Mandrup architects and engineers in Viborg welcome you with Troldtekt acoustic panels based on the CO2-reduced cement type FUTURECEM™.

Photo: Helene Høyer Mikkelsen

The new premises that Mandrup’s employees moved into had remarkably poor acoustics in the otherwise beautiful and bright rooms. The company was perfectly familiar with Troldtekt, and therefore decided to use Troldtekt acoustic panels to solve the problem in three rooms. In a passage, Troldtekt line design – a very popular product in new homes – was installed with a painted grey surface.  In the entrance and meeting room, framed sections with Troldtekt curves in natural grey have been used. On the one hand, a recognisable Troldtekt product, yet at the same time completely new, as the panel is produced with FUTURECEM, which emits 30 per cent less CO2.

Most plusses

In the very high-ceilinged meeting room, a particularly elegant solution has been designed, consisting of two large, framed sections of Troldtekt curves (3.0 x 4.8 m and 3.6 x 3.6 m), which has improved the acoustics as desired.  The new Troldtekt curves panels are made with FUTURECEM, a composite consisting of calcined clay and lime filler. The calcined clay gives the raw panels a brownish tinge, which directly testifies to a more environmentally friendly product. In the entrance and in the meeting room at Mandrup, the warmer hue of the panels creates a more inviting feel. The precisely milled curves are also emphasised by the shimmering look of the panels.

The new Troldtekt panel is made of wood and FUTURECEM, and renewable energy is used in the actual production of the panels in Troldhede. Troldtekt acoustic panels based on FUTURECEM have a carbon footprint over their entire product life cycle that is 26.4 per cent lower than that of Troldtekt based on grey cement. Importantly, they offer exactly the same acoustic, strength and fire-proofing properties as classic Troldekt panels.