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Basket Weave Ceiling Effect with MAXI BEAM by SUPAWOOD

Basket Weave Ceiling Effect with MAXI BEAM by SUPAWOOD

BN Group's MAXI BEAM basket weave effect ceiling

A decorative MAXI BEAM ceiling feature has been used in the foodcourt of the extension at North Rocks Shopping Centre in NSW. The designers, BN Group, wanted to define an area for seating in a central foodcourt and, at the same time, address noise reverberation. They looked for an economic lightweight timber beam product which had an acoustic option, met strict BCA regulations, was also easy to work with onsite, and could create the decorative effect they desired.

MAXI BEAM was the ideal choice as its lightweight overcomes logistic problems and makes any install very economical. In this project the 145 x 50mm beams where supplied cut to length to eliminate the need for cutting on site. They were then packed and marked to make installing the desired configuration easy. SUPABAB 7mm acoustic backing sheets where also supplied along with all the fittings needed for the install.

Basket Weave Ceiling Effect with MAXI BEAM by SUPAWOOD

The beams have been configured in an aesthetically pleasing basket weave design with scattered lighting installed between them. The whole design has been recessed flush with the ceiling to achieve an uninterrupted flow from one surface to the other.

The beams have been finished in an extremely durable SUPALAMI Rustic White laminate, a textured finish with a hint of woodgrain. The beams are Fire Group 3 certified as per AS3839 and BCA Spec C1.10a. This project shows just how versatile MAXI BEAM is and how creative you can be with it.

Photography: Mark Syke.

Basket Weave Ceiling Effect with MAXI BEAM by SUPAWOOD

Basket Weave Ceiling Effect with MAXI BEAM by SUPAWOOD



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