Choose a design ceiling with discreet grooves for your home

Troldtekt has launched two new products in its series of characterful design solutions: Troldtekt® v-line 1way and 2way. Both are characterised by discreet v-shaped grooves milled into the surface, and as the solutions are based on the classic Troldtekt acoustic panels, they are very competitively priced.

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Experience Troldtekt v-line

Now, it is even easier to combine superior acoustics and design when building new or renovating a home.  Aimed at residential properties in particular, Troldtekt has developed two new products for its series of Troldtekt design solutions: Troldtekt v-line 1way and Troldtekt v-line 2way.

The two new products both feature milled v-shaped grooves, and thus represent a further development of the popular design solutions Troldtekt line and Troldtekt line design, which have been on the market since 2019.

However, one significant difference is that the new Troldtekt v-line panels are based on classic 25 mm Troldtekt acoustic panels, while the other solutions in the design series are based on panels which are 35 mm thick. The v-line variants thus have more discreet grooves, they are lighter in weight, and they are very competitively priced.

“The panels’ v-shaped grooves are not quite as deep as the rectangular grooves in the Troldtekt line panels, which gives them a more discreet look. V-line thus creates a characterful and uniform ceiling surface that ensures superior acoustics in the home,” says Michael Christensen, in-house architect at Troldtekt A/S and the man behind the entire design series.

Variations of longitudinal grooves

Troldtekt v-line has milled v-shaped grooves running lengthways along each panel as well as half grooves cut into the panel’s longitudinal edges. In this way, an additional groove is created when two panels are installed side by side.

The short sides are where the 1way and 2way panels differ. The ends of the 1way panels are square-edged, while the ends of the 2way panels feature the same half v-shaped grooves as the longitudinal edges.

“1way creates a calm ceiling surface with long, uninterrupted lines reminiscent of wooden strip ceilings. When you choose 2way, on the other hand, the longitudinal grooves are broken by transverse grooves where the panel ends meet. White or natural wood/natural grey 2way panels create a particularly characterful pattern that stands out clearly in the room,” says Michael Christensen.

Precision and flexibility

Home-owners who want a slightly different look and greater flexibility when installing the panels can combine Troldtekt v-line 1way or 2way with the panel type Troldtekt v-line blank, which supplements the two new solutions. The blank panels are also available as 1way with square edges at the ends and 2way with half grooves cut into the ends of each panel. 

“The blank panel has exactly the same dimensions and edge design, but does not have any v-shaped grooves running across the actual panel surface. A row of blank panels can lighten the overall look when installed between the panels with grooves and the wall to create a kind of frame around the room,” says Michael Christensen.

He explains that Troldtekt v-line blank also has a practical function:

“The solution ensures a more precise finish when installing, for example, skylights, spots, an extractor fan etc. in a ceiling. Along the walls, the blank panels can also be used to prevent any irregularities from visually disturbing the rest of the ceiling surface with v-shaped grooves.”