Aurecon Office, NTDecorLux
Hames Sharley Architects specified DecorLux Max perforated fibre cement ceiling panels as a feature acoustic ceiling throughout this development. The perforations were specified to achieve the required open area and NRC values required for the acoustic treatment.
CAD files were provided by the architect and the panels were designed by Decor Systems Australia to fit inside the space, minimising the extent of site measures required. Shop and assembly drawings were provided for final checking prior to manufacture.
The ceiling is a key feature of the interior and it required extensive co-ordination of the building services and penetrations. All of these were mapped out in precise detail and delivered to the site all ready for installation.
The new fit out has changed the space from a cramped office with no acoustic absorption and natural light to a light open area with good acoustics where the clients love the finished result and now enjoy using.