Plough Way Cafe, London


The Problem Tall ceilings, when matched with acoustic diffusers, can be an acoustical gift. In the case of Plough Way Cafe in London, the tall ceiling had no counterpart diffusers or absorptive materials, owing to its minimalist, modern aesthetic. The result was an uncomfortable acoustic environment for diners, with an uncomfortable [...]

Tabure Restaurant, Hertfordshire


The Problem Wooden floorboards and close-quarters dining arrangements meant that diners at this small Turkish restaurant were exposed to poor acoustic conditions when dining. The Solution We installed Class A acoustic absorbers from Ecophon to the restaurant's ceiling. We strategically placed the panels to our calculations of the room's reverberation time and desired reverberation time. The [...]

Red Bar, Surrey


The Problem Glass doors, a hard plasterboard ceiling combined with a such small space with a dense seating arrangements for customers, this small bar was experiencing a harsh acoustic environment when busy. The Solution We installed high density glasswool panels to the bar's ceiling for some needed absorption in the small [...]

Unilever, London


The Problem During our acoustic survey at the cafeteria at Unilever's London office, it was easy to see why the room had a problem with high reverberation. Being a large busy space with floor-to-ceiling hard surfaces and an open kitchen, it was no surprise that cafeteria users were complaining [...]

Ephesus Restaurant, Kent


The Problem A bustling Mediterranean restaurant in Kent with an open plan design and dominated by hard plasterboard surfaces - Ephesus' customers were complaining of uncomfortable noise levels. The restaurant's layout, number of covers and reverberant surfaces, were combining to create a lenghty reverberation time and a clamorous acoustic environment. [...]