Architects and designers regularly encounter difficulties with incorporating acoustic solutions into an environment without disrupting the space’s intended appearance.
Acoustic materials have become synonymous with a trade-off in clean aesthetics, with any increase in acoustic performance requiring greater visual concessions.
Even in spaces designed with excellent acoustic foresight, the acoustic materials often appear as an afterthought, or as an obvious auditory band-aid that is visually inconsistent with the rest of the environment’s design.
SoundPly Panels solve this problem.
Developed under the belief that acoustic solutions should be heard and not seen, the highly adaptable, unobtrusive appearance of SoundPly acoustic panels and planks disrupt the long-standing assumption that effective acoustic solutions require a visual compromise.