Public spaces

By reducing the reflections and the noise threshold of a room, sound stress is eliminated and acoustic comfort is increased.

It is therefore possible to interact with less effort, producing a positive experience of space.

Acoustic and design in public spaces
Acoustic comfort

Those who take care of their space want the people who frequent it to feel at ease: when they leave, they must bring with them a positive experience from all points of view. Acoustic comfort plays a fundamental role in this: Interacting easily, without acoustic interference or background noises, makes people keep a positive memory of the environment and more likely to frequent it.

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