Posted in materials on March 10, 2015 8:09 pm EDT

NFMT 2015 Product Spotlight: Autex’s Quietspace Lattice

The company's Quietspace Lattice line of artistically designed suspended acoustic baffles reduces reverberated noise and controls the echo of background chatter.

Images courtesy of Autex Interior Acoustics.











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TAGS: acoustics, aesthetics, materials, sound absorption, sustainability,


By Church Designer Staff

AECs can redefine church environments with Quietspace Lattice from Autex Interior Acoustics, a premium range of suspended acoustic absorbing baffles constructed from Autex Cube acoustic material. Lattice is made from 100% polyester and manufactured under Autex's ISO 14001 accredited Environmental Management System.

Lattice is 100% recyclable and contains a minimum of 65% post-consumer recycled material.

Quietspace Lattice is non-toxic, non-allergenic, and is a non-irritable product, Autex reports, making it ideal for environments where health and safety are key, such as offices, education space, and churches.

Key features and benefits:

* Three unique design options to choose from: Trapezium, Eclipse and Torus.

* Premium sound absorption and excellent acoustic performance.

* Highly durable, lightweight, and easy to install.

* Available in a range of colors.

* Manufactured using a minimum of 65% post-consumer recycled material.

* Made from 100% polyester fiber without chemical binders, and certified low VOC.


* Decorative and functional acoustic absorption system for commercial interiors, education, office, and retail.

* Minimizes noise in the interior environment and creates a unique aesthetic.

* Is a modern, interesting piece for retrofit spaces and new builds.




Learn more about the companies in this story:

Autex Interior Acoustics



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