Thanks to their fabric surface – a special acoustic fleece with an embossed texture – Rossoacoustic PADs make a soft impression; an intended contrast to the surfaces in modern architecture, which are usually acoustically hard. At the same time, the eye is surprised by the air of precision exuded by the individual acoustic elements, which are available in circular or rectangular versions of varying dimensions.
They can be suspended from graceful steel wires or fastened to the wall like an abstract painting. The latter option is a perfect alternative when Rossoacoustic PADs are used in buildings whose ceilings are the subject of a preservation order. In both application situations, the elements convey the impression of floating lightness and lend the interior something of a playful touch.
Dietrich F. Brennenstuhl, architect, founder and CEO of the Nimbus Group, knows what is important to planners: "Due to the similarity in their appearance, Rossoacoustic PADs open up a great many design options that always create a homogenous look on any ceiling – whether freely arranged or positioned in a strict pattern," he explains. Moreover, the elements can be used to accentuate specific zones in a room as well as to create individual rooms with the six available natural colours – including grey dawn (light grey), far mountain (blue) or yellow field (yellow).