Its main task is to limit the reverberation and propagation of noise.
Where is this particularly important? Where conversations are held and focusing on work is required.
Serves the purpose of insulating sounds from neighboring rooms, such as conversations from people in the next room.
To prevent noise penetration, we must resort to insulation materials, not just sound-absorbing ones.
Sound absorption is a purely physical process in which the kinetic energy of the sound wave particles is converted into heat by... friction!
Although this sounds incredible, sound-absorbing materials can absorb noise thanks to their open-cell structure.
When we throw the ball against the wall, it bounces off the surface depending on the angle at which it hits it. These are the basics of physics that are also found in acoustics.
If we know where we want to direct the sound, we can reflect it accordingly by changing the direction of propagation of the sound wave (angle of incidence of the wave = angle of reflection of the wave).
Finally, something that allows sound to fill the entire space balanced.
Diffusion is also a change in the direction of propagation of the sound wave. Still, the propagation of the reflected sound wave goes in many different directions - just like the breaking of balls in billiards.
What do good acoustics mean? It improves our well-being, makes us more comfortable at work, and reduces stress. But how can we measure it? We can test and predict what conditions will prevail in a given space thanks to various instruments. We combine acoustics' visual and technical aspects to achieve what we all strive for - a people-friendly work environment.
Below you will find our standard working scheme, but we can also work unconventionally!
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