Optimised room acoustics with sound absorption permits full concentration on the work at hand
The office space is located in the Sunyard building in Munich. The office complex was renovated entirely according to ecological and economic aspects, and designed to meet the LEED Green Building standard. Spacious, sunny courtyards and well-lit offices – light yet aspirational – are united by an ecological approach to construction featuring exquisite materials. The modern open-space office offers employees complete freedom, ultimately resulting in their strong identification with their work. These visually open layouts aim to promote prompt, purposeful communication with one another. Communicative, versatile and dynamic.
Double-glazed T35 glass partition walls are used, with sonic 10 acoustic elements integrated as flush-mounted panels, featuring a slotted, wood-effect finish. In the halls and room-in-room systems (ThinkTanks), acoustic panels are used to improve room acoustics, as well as reducing echo and reverberation. This creates an acoustically harmonious working atmosphere.
Especially in office units with an expanse of glass or concrete slab ceilings, sound-absorbing materials can be placed on partition surfaces. The utilisation of existing wall areas ensures a long-lasting impact on room acoustics: the acoustic panel used for the property is the sonic 10, with an alpha value of 0.8.
m3 architektur+design gmbh, München
Deka Immobilien GmbH
Sunyard, München, Germany
- T35 glass partition wall
- T10 solid partition wall system with an opaque finish
- sonic 10 acoustic elements
- Room systems, some with ceiling-to-wall connection
AON Holding Deutschland GmbH, Munich
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