Acoustics is a mighty subject in the Agile Workplace
How often do we hear employees saying, “I can’t concentrate,” and “It’s too loud.” The most common symptom of bad acoustics is frequent or constant distraction from conversations.
When employees are distracted, they are less productive, make more errors and are less satisfied in their work. We offer a collection of creative sound absorbing and sound diffusing products that will help you improve acoustic balance and reduce the reverberation in your workplace or any place where you want to create balanced and pleasant acoustic levels.
Cloud is a system of acoustic organic pod formations which create desirable and inviting work environments.
Made from lightweight recycled PET panels, Cloud formations allow users to work collaboratively in teams, via multi-media or privately in their own booths for quiet focused work.
Thanks to the open office, there’s a booming market for fancy noise-absorbing objects
Offices with glass walls, large open spaces, and urban locations are in style, especially among technology companies like Airbnb, meant to spur collaboration and facilitate communication. They’re also a recipe for noise. Designers like Harvey fighting that noise with smart design and an increasingly diverse, creative selection of sound-absorbing objects.
Acoustic Lighting Solution
The harmonious curve of the bell-shape made from BuzziFelt, adds softness to a room whilst also providing diffused light.
Listen to each of the various treatments
Check out how you can improve and reduce the reverberation in your workplace by adding acoustic products.
1. Untreated Room
Reverberation without any acoustic products
2. Semi-treated Room
Improved sound levels when acoustic products are added
3. Treated Room
Improved acoustic quality and noise negation with correctly specified acoustic products
Perfect for dividing up spaces.
BuzziFrio Machu and BuzziFrio Picchu are inspired by the Andes mountain range that stretches through Peru, thus visually transforming the landscape of any office.
Karen Choi of EMKC partnered with Zenith to create a new acoustic and agile working environment.
Upon entry into the main foyer you are greeted by beautiful BuzziFalls……
Profile on expert
Chris Field Associate Principal at Arup
An Acoustic designer specialising in building acoustics, design of performance spaces and evaluation of naturally ventilated buildings, computer modelling and auralisations.
An attractive acoustic wall panel feature that tunes a room in the speech spectrum range especially low to mid frequencies.
The varying depths absorb the different wavelengths improving sound absorption and creating a more pleasant sound experience.
The RT60 app, developed by BuzziSpace, measures the reverberation time in each room and suggests products to improve sound quality.
With the simulation tool, you can see the acoustical impact of products in your room.
Contact your local Zenith office and learn more:
Regulating noise is seriously fun!
Check out BuzziCactus, BuzziFalls and BuzziBlox.