At the beginning of the project, its architect Eva Jiricna made very specific requests for production of acoustic panels and ceilings. Final products required long-term development to deliver the desired effect. Great emphasis was placed on design, overall look and especially functionality.

Drawings and 3D Elements Designs

A key document for the development and manufacture of panels was the drawing of the elements. These were used to create 3D designs of acoustic panels and ceilings.

Model production

The models were manufactured on the basis of the created 3D designs and their production lasted several days. The machining equipment gradually shaped the models into desired shapes corresponding to the final look of the panels.

Production of matrix with inverse shape

From each model, a polyurethane matrix was produced and removed to obtain the inverse shape of the desired product. The matrices were placed on the mold bottom and framed.

Production of panels

Ready-molds with inverse matrices and molds of shaped elements were sprayed with a glass fiber reinforced concrete mixture. The finished products were removed from molds and stored for curing.

Reflection of acoustic panels

After curing, the panels were taken for testing. Shaped acoustic panels should have provided the best possible scattering of sound at the widest range of frequencies at the smallest sound absorption.

Elements spraying

All tested items were sprayed with a special color after curing to meet the visual requirements of the client.