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Acoustic Panel and Slatted Products for Salvation Army HQ by Supawood

Supawood linings Salvation Army HQ
The reception ceiling is lined with warm timber perforated acoustic panels that are highlighted with matching slats which appear to be holding the panels up.

Bates Smart design a workspace that 'cares for the carers'.

With the help of SUPAWOOD acoustic panel and slatted products, the three floors of a challenging run-down building in Redfern NSW has been transformed into a nurturing, light-filled workspace for the Salvation Army's HQ.

To keep within the restraints of a tight budget meant the designers, Bates Smart, looked for cost-effective timber finishes and other materials to achieve the warm homely feel they envisaged in their design intent.

To define collaborative areas of the fit-out with warm feature ceilings and provide an economical acoustic solution, Supawood concept veneer matched products were chosen.

The building, previously the South Sydney Leagues Club, required extensive work to create an efficient workplace to facilitate the unification of 450 staff from a diverse range of Army Divisions into 7,000 sqm spanning three levels.

Ceilings in the reception, staff breakout and central collaborative zones have been defined with SUPACOUSTIC perforated panels which also provide noise reduction in these areas.



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