For the project Copenhagen Towers in Ørestad, Copenhagen, Lendager Group were asked to raise the sustainability profile of the project by covering the interior surfaces with upcycled materials. Not only should the materials be sustainable, they should also fit seamlessly into a high-end, exclusive office setting.
The background for the development of the acoustic panels and their design was the assignment to create a suspended ceiling made of recyclable materials. It should act as acoustic regulation, have aesthetic qualities and be visibly as well as measurably sustainable.
The specially developed acoustic ceiling panels consist of a back plate onto which PET felt is mounted in an optimized geometry with high acoustic performance. In section the panels display a compressed sine-wave shape.
The PET felt that we use for the acoustic panels has both sound dampening and sound absorbing properties. The felt can be used for acoustic regulation in office settings, institutions as well as in homes. The felt in itself has strong aesthetic and tactile qualities, and our supplier works to ‘cradle-to-cradle” standards.