1. Music Industry College
Music Industry College in Fortitude Valley, QLD is an innovative new educational facility in Brisbane, providing education for senior students who are seeking a career in the music industry.
DecorTrend wall panels were specified to provide a quality acoustic environment to the campus facility. With DecorImage Spotted Gum finish, the college rooms also gained a natural look that fostered the connection between nature and creativity.
Architect: Hays Anderson Lynch
Builder: Tomkins Commercial
Location: Fortitude Valley, QLD
2. Resmed Medical Facility
ResMed is the leading specialists in sleep-disorders with a state of the art facility located in Bella Vista.
DecorTrend panels are an essential element to the complete design of this project, created by Toland Architecture. Robert Toland specified for the balustrades to be lined with steamed European Beech, to assist with the echoing noise residing in the vast atrium. The acoustic panels also lined the ceilings over the walkways that connect the two sides of the building.
Architect: Toland Architecture
Installer: Peter Zlatar Installers
Location: Bella Vista, NSW
3. Bankstown Court House
The DecorTrend Panels installed on the walls, located on the sides and back of the court house, help to reduce the noise reverberation in a small area. This combats the noise produced by the 30 plus people who are expected to present themselves in the courtroom on a daily basis.
Builder: ADCO Constructions
Location: Bankstown, NSW
4. Burwood Library and Community Hub
Working closely with the architects, the use of SmartLook Slotted DecorTrendPanels on the ceiling was an economical choice for a vast area that needed an acoustic solution. These panels are used throughout the library and community hub to create a universal design in the quiet areas and the larger function rooms.
Installer: Conceptual Interiors
Location: Burwood, NSW
5. Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) building
Decor Systems contribution to the new facility are large DecorTrend,DecorStyle and DecorArti panels in a Hoop Pine. This slotted acoustic system is used on the walls and the ceilings extensively throughout the whole development, including a large feature wall spelling out “Discover, conquer, cure.”
Architect: Cox Architects
Installer: Bill Stamenic | Oz Commercial Interiors Pty Ltd
Location: Bankstown, NSW
6. National Press Club of Australia
Flawlessly executed, the function room in this complex uses DecorTrend panels to reduce the impact of acoustic on the guests, in a dark DecorImage spotted gum finish.
Architect: Dub Design
Installer: Chadwick Industries
Location: Canberra, ACT
7. Aranmore Catholic College
The DecorTrend slotted panels create a warm atmosphere where Students feel welcome and encouraged to participate in all activites. These panels are designed to support many generation to come and have brought with them a life time guarantee
Architect: Franco Carozzi Architects
Installer: Top End Ceilings
Location: Leederville, WA
8. Toyota Headquarters
The new Toyota headquarters, located in Kewdale, Western Australia, is a sleek, modern testament to the Toyota branding and company mission.
To complete the design, a large boardroom was built for team conferences and meetings. Working closely with Roxby Architects, Decor Systems helped solve the acoustic problems associated with such a large open area. The use ofSmartLook acoustic panels in a Limed American Oak finish, successfully completed the board room design in a sleek fashion, and created a room where all team members can be comfortably accommodated for.
Architect: Roxby Architects
Location: Kew, WA
9. Liverpool Hospital Clinical Services Block 2
The DecorTrend panels were used to absorb the sound associated with the lifts and balcony, two places where noise can be an issue. The DecorImage White panels provide a clean clinical surface for the patients, and architecturally complement the decorative glass used as doors for clinical rooms.
Architect: HDR Rice Daubney
Builder: Bovis Lend Lease
Installer: Austem Interiors Pty Ltd
Location: Liverpool, NSW