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Many of today’s offices have highly reflective surfaces such as glass, marble, concrete and even wood – all of which have little absorption properties resulting in high levels of reverberation, or echo. Couple this with the need to reduce the negative impact of workplaces on the environment and sustainability now also becomes a key consideration when designing acoustic solutions. This is where Polyethylene Terephalate (PET) comes into its own, yes, it’s a plastic BUT not all plastics are created equal.
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Poppy Szkiler - CEO/ Founder Quiet Mark, 4th left and Simon Gosling - CMO, 1st right,, with their expert line-up of Masterclass Speakers at The Acoustics Academy launch event, at London’s Business Design Centre. Earlier this year, Quiet Mark launched...
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Despite the difficulties so far this year, we’re now really happy to share with you some positive news. We're thrilled to announce that we have been selected as finalists in three categories by Mix Interiors and the Mixology Awards judges....
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Creativity is the use of imagination to create something unique and you are not bound by what tools you can or cannot use to achieve this. However, interior designers can use BIM to aid the design process and use it to log and communicate a design concept. BIM does not limit creativity, instead it advises, checks feasibility, and stores information throughout a project's journey, from initial design concept to building maintenance.
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