The design of your office ceiling can totally change the vision of your company. High and plain ceilings are the thing of the past. Today, office ceilings are created to add aesthetic appeal into the business. This is where acoustic floating/suspended, stretch and lay-in ceilings come in.
By Lucas Allen
Acoustic floating or suspended ceilings are called dropped ceilings simply because they appear to be dropping from the main ceiling. As secondary ceilings, these types allow for better and natural lighting incorporation. Additionally, these ceilings provide improved quality of indoor environment and optimised outdoor view/scene availability.
By Robert Benson
By Liam Frederick
Stretch ceilings, on the other hand, provide the wow factor for the office, since they can be installed in beautiful and enchanting colour ways. This kind of ceiling is perfectly suited for call center work environments since it boasts of amazing acoustic qualities. Ceiling-mounted lights, back lighting and up lighting are the lighting options available with stretch ceilings.
By Mark Kensett
By Lisa Atkinson
By Minko Minev
By Minko Minev
For those who want a cost-effective and convenient ceiling system, the lay-in ceiling is the one that comes highly recommended. This kind of ceiling is usually preferred for upgrading the appearance and look of existing office ceilings. It is typically installed for special applications the require ceiling acoustic/noise absorption.