The Saski Crescent office building standing in a prime location in Warsaw. The offices of Saski Crescent offer great views of the Saski Park as well as convenient links to the public transport network.
Nyquista - a company specializing in acoustic treatment solutions - was responsible for the acoustic adaptation of one of the most important places in this building - the entrance hall.
- Project type:
- Interior photography
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The entrance hall of the Saski Crescent building is made of hard materials such as stone, marble, glass, and metal. Such finish and large volume caused a large reverberation noise. To insulate the interior and reduce the reverberation in the waiting room, Nyquista used soft furniture and a well-hidden acoustic adaptation. The noise-absorbing wall system consists of a masking layer in the form of a black felt stretched on a special substructure and invisible acoustic panels made of acoustic foam. A different division of the material connections creates an interesting visual effect, which at the same time doesn't impose its character on the interior. 3D Hexagon panels in shades of gray have been used on the wall at the reception. The whole project is complemented by effective LED strip lighting, arranged in a spatial geometric pattern. We had the pleasure of documenting this project by taking a series of photographs showing both the entrance hall and the details of Nyquista's acoustic panels.