Soundroom, designed by Tomek Rygalik, is an original and innovative system of office furniture. It comprises a range of complementary solutions which make it possible to compose a landscape of the contemporary office with a focus on spatial and acoustic aspects. Soundroom integrates an innovative acoustic panel technology with the sound-diffusing geometry drawing on solutions that are used in recording studios. The systemic design consisting of a variety of mobile acoustic screens makes it possible to deliver an array of functionalities required for work, and to create an architectural context for furniture.
Soundroom is designed for open office spaces for organizing work, collaboration and rest areas. It offers an opportunity to freely define different workspaces and conditions, which has a significant positive effect on quality and performance, fosters good relations between workers and produces a range of benefits for the enterprise. This is because acoustic comfort achieved with Soundroom is necessary to perform work tasks reliably and without errors, and ensures an undisturbed exchange of information and successful communication. Companies are able to arrange areas for creative or analytical teams, depending on current needs, and to model job-related clusters within buildings. Work teams have access to a virtually unlimited number of possibilities to set up spaces for individual and teamwork, comfortable meetings and concentration.
A unique feature of Soundroom is the use of light polyester felt. The non-woven fabric covers on both sides a honeycomb-shaped cardboard core with hexagonal cells. The resulting element, produced in the process of thermoforming, is a lightweight, extremely rigid and visually attractive panel which is pleasant and warm to the touch. The panels have a characteristic wavy shape on the inner side and are flat on the outer side.
As this is a fully imported product it is only available in a selected range of European fabrics and finishes.
The high acoustic quality of the SoundRoom system has been confirmed in tests conducted by the AGH University of Science and Technology (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics, Department of Mechanics and Vibroacoustics) in Cracow for compliance with the standards:
ISO 354:2005 [Measurement of sound absorption in a reverberation room], which determines the acoustics class.
ISO 10053:2001 [Measurement of office screen sound attenuation under specific laboratory conditions], which determines noise reduction.
As this is a fully imported product it is currently only available in a selected range of fabrics and finishes. Your choice of local fabrics may also be available to suit your project. Please see our downloads section below or contact us for available finishes and fabrics.