Ceiling Baffle Peak
The name not only derives from the visual appearance, but it also relates to the acoustic capabilities of this surprising ceiling element that has been designed by algorithms to deliver peak performance in large as well as smaller spaces.
These shades work in harmony with natural textural materials and soften industrial environments. From light to dark and cool to warm, these are the foundations of any scheme where longevity and a mood of calm is desired.
Combinations of lighter toned neutrals and pinks have a gently soothing and restorative effect while the more saturated hues make perfect environments for relaxation.
From the cool greens of forests to the yellowed aspect of young wheat, we see Living Greens breathing life into indoor spaces, and an essential palette for the future. Use in tonal layers brings the depth and diversity of green, while a single note can provide an amplifying backdrop to a biophilic space.
These blues work perfectly both as familiar single hues and in effortless tonal layers to create an immersive environment for focus or restoration.
With tonal duos of pink and blue and green, this perfectly balanced group is designed for peaceful plays on light and shade and playful contrast. While the lightest tones have a dreamlike quality, their deeper counterparts add a subtle grounding.
While colour can create a mood, it is the depth or lightness of a hue that truly defines the emotion. While each hue has the strength to stand alone, beautiful effects can be achieved with harmonized pairs.
There are no rules here with endless possibilities for clashing contrasts or surprising highlights. For a sophisticated use of energetic colour, take a single hue and colour match contrasting textiles and solid surfaces.
The primary story happens when all three main colours are used together, with varied proportions creating differing moods. As with the Energetic Brights palette, combine with coordinating-coloured textiles and solid surfaces.
Still not sure which colour looks best for your amazing project?
Colours on the screen may differ from the real material. We will gladly send you a free sample box so that you can decide at your comfort which colour suits best for your next project.
Looking for different sizes and shapes? All our products are customizable to your exact needs.
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Length1800mm 70.86"Width1800mm 70.86"Height340mm 13.38"
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ARCHISONIC® is a high-performance sustainable acoustic absorber made from up-cycled plastic bottles which is Cradle to Cradle certified and LEED accredited. ARCHISONIC® is manufactured at the highest quality standards, yet slight colour and surface deviations caused by the high degree of recycled fiber are an inevitable part of the product characteristics and do not claim warranty services. Material varies in colour when shown in monitor or in print. Please request a free material sample to verify colours.
100% PET (min. 60% post-consumer)
DIN EN 13501-1 B-s1, d0
ASTM E-84 Class A
CDPH 01350 Pass
ISO 16000 (CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.2.)
EN ISO 105-B02, A1 Grade 6
DIN ISO 11654
aw 0.55 (no airgap)
aw 0.65 (50 mm / 2” air gap)
aw 0.90 (100 mm / 4” air gap)
aw 0.95 (200 mm / 8” air gap)
aw 0.95 (300 mm / 11” air gap)
aw 0.30 (no air gap)
ARCHISONIC® 24 mm:
88 plastic bottles/m2
ARCHISONIC® 12 mm:
53 plastic bottles/m2
Cradle to Cradle Certified™
Product qualifies for LEED v4 specifications on VOC emissions in LEED EQ credit(Low-emitting products)
Supported by Climate KIC