Acentech announced that its collaboration with Desai Chia Architecture on the Columbia University’s new Walter and Shirley Fan Wang Esports Room received a 2023 Learning By Design Outstanding Project Award.
Armstrong World Industries is increasing education around its portfolio of Total Acoustics ceilings to ensure that architects, designers, owners, and managers of buildings of all shapes and sizes are aware of the options that exist for reducing noise and blocking sound from traveling to adjacent spaces.
Acentech announced Acentech’s President, Benjamin Markham, and Principal Michael Bahtiarian have been recognized for their significant contributions in the fields of architectural acoustics and noise control with the honor of Fellow designation in May 2023.
Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions has introduced Tectum DesignArt ceiling and wall panels, a new portfolio of 46 mix-and-match sustainable, acoustical panels that transform interior spaces by combining texture, shapes, linear designs, patterns, and colors.
ClarkDietrich has expanded its family of head-of-wall products with the addition of UltraBEAD, a smoke, fire and sound-rated bead that gives architects and specifiers an efficient, high-performance solution for fire-stopping and acoustical control applications.
Architects, designers, facility managers, and building owners who desire the seamless appearance of drywall along with excellent acoustical performance in a space now need to look no further than the AcoustiBuilt Seamless Acoustical Ceiling and Wall System from Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions.
The Gordy brings three theaters into one 66,850-square-foot campus. The $35 million project, designed by architects at Gensler and Charcoalblue, an international theatre and acoustics design consultancy, was built in a former storage facility for the Museum of Fine Arts
Some of the unique challenges for this project occurred with the geometry of the building. The elliptical shape of the worship center had to meet and blend seamlessly into the rectangular shape of the classrooms and meeting rooms that were also part of the new building.