LSE Library, London

/LSE Library, London

Project Description

As part of a refurbishment at the London School of Economics, Resonics installed an acoustic solution to the University’s main library. The acoustic work carried out was concentrated to the library’s bottom floor amongst the collaborative and group study spaces. To reduce noise transfer between spaces, as well the reduction of overall noise levels, Resonics installed a combination of acoustic wall panels and acoustic dividers. The wall panelling provided appropriate reduction in overall noise in the library, creating a space conducive to productive learning, while the acoustic dividers from Autex provided suitable reduction in noise transfer between study areas and circulation areas.

Project Details

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Autex Cascade Screens


London, United Kingdom

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