Colourful Acoustics

by Vescom B.V.

45 new colours of transparent, acoustic curtain fabrics


Do you want to improve the acoustics and ease of communication in a room, to partition an open space, to create a flexible workplace or gain more privacy? The new colours of the Carmen, Marmar

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Colourful Acoustics
Manufacturer
Vescom B.V.
Manufactured
Netherlands

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45 new colours of transparent, acoustic curtain fabrics


Do you want to improve the acoustics and ease of communication in a room, to partition an open space, to create a flexible workplace or gain more privacy? The new colours of the Carmen, Marmara and Formoza transparent, acoustic curtain fabrics offer the solution. Three 100% flame retardant polyester designs each with its own character, colour palette and mood. Despite their transparency and light weight, the fabrics have a sound absorption of between 0.5 and 0.6 alphaw. Formoza and Marmara are floor-to-ceiling.


Carmen, Marmara and Formoza absorb up to five times more sound than customary transparent curtain fabrics. The look and feel of the three designs is light, transparent, fresh and clear. The fabrics merge with every interior – including seminar or conference rooms, hotel lobbies and offices – which requires acoustically-effective translucent fabrics. Formoza is a sporty, playful and graphic fabric with 12 clear fresh colours such as white and grey, orange, green and blue hues. Marmara has a soft textile look and feel with no fewer than 24 warm natural hues. Sand beige, taupe, bamboo, mint, jade & soft pink. Marmara can be used on both sides because of the gloss on the reverse. Carmen (9 colours) has an architectonic rib with a subtle gloss. Minimalistic with neutral tints, black, grey and copper. Formoza and Marmara are floor-to-ceiling and, therefore, curtains can be made without seams.


Transparent, fire retardant and acoustic Although Carmen, Marmara and Formoza are transparent and extremely lightweight they nevertheless offer a sound absorption coefficient, alphaw, of between 0.5 and 0.6. The use of these curtain fabrics reduces echoes, absorbs sound and improves communication in commercial surroundings such as office areas, conference rooms, restaurants, hotel lobbies and multifunctional halls. The fabrics are fire retardant and comply with the most stringent European standard for public buildings (B1 according to DIN 4102).

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