Our slatted systems can be found in education facilities, offices, train stations, football clubs, hotels, civic centres, airports and heritage sites.
- Oxford University - Hands Building
- Falmouth University - Launchpad
- University of Leicester - Bennett
- Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
- 25 Cabot Square, Canary Wharf
- Fidelis - Leadenhall Building
- Abbey Wood Train Station
- One Lyric Square, Hammersmith
- St Paul's Girl's School, Hammersmith
- Merton College, Oxford
- King's College London
- Heathrow Terminal 4
- Helicon Building, London
- Uxbridge High School - Orsino
- ExCeL London
- Harrogate Civic Centre
- Centrica, Windsor
- Aetna - Farnborough
- Bankside Hotel, Blackfriars
- Dyson Institute, Malmesbury
- Hounslow Civic centre
- Goodwood Aerodrome
- NIA - Academy
- South Lodge Hotel, Horsham
- The Langley, Buckinghamshire
- Allies and Morrison offices
- Sheppard Robson offices
- Gilead, Cambridge
- Leeds University
- Cambridge University
Typical slatted timber ceiling - Type VDU
Our vertical slatted systems can function as a decorative ceiling, or a high performance acoustic ceiling, also.
The example left shows the simplest Type VDU, and is primarily decorative and to conceal services.
Other variants include a frame behind the slats to fully conceal the rear and enclose a porous absorber.
Typical detail - Type VDU
CAD support on request.
Typical slatted timber wall - Type C
Visible fixings should not be necessary with our wall systems. Curved panels are possible as well as coverings for integrated doors, and matching skirting.
The systems either feature black crossbattens and black absorber, or the slats are mounted on a textile faced frame with various options of fleece or coloured fabrics.
Typical detail - Type C
CAD support on request.
Full design support
Each project is made-to-measure and is managed by an in-house architect to ensure that every detail is carefully considered for a fully integrated and seamless end result.
When discussing acoustical requirements, you can expect the support of an experienced acoustic engineer.
Occasionally the project requirements go beyond standard details and finishes.
Our varied background and experience provides us with the expertise to deliver unique solutions.
For an overview of what's possible, see our bespoke section.
Left: press conference room for a major Football club.
The space was modelled in 3D and panels all made to measure.
Q. Are you able to provide typical details and specification guidance for your systems?
A. Sure. Contact us and our designers can look in to your requirements.
The slatted systems have many more options that our other timber solutions, so pleasae tell us a bit about the acoustic requirements and whether you have seen any photographs on this page which can help us understand the design intent.
Q. What slat sizes are available?
A. Solid timber typical: 20x45mm / 20x70mm
A. Veneered typical: 20x45mm / 20x70mm / 20x100mm / 37 x 150mm
A. Custom: We provide bespoke sizes but request that you consult us on feasibility prior to specifying.
A. Maximum length: 2950mm
Q. How does the design process work on a live project?
A. - Firstly, We require all up-to-date drawings and details of any services which may affect the system.
- Next, we require site dimensions as panels are made-to-measure and we produce our own drawings for sign off from the architect.
- It can be beneficial to arrange a design meeting early on, with ourselves, the architects, main contractor and installers in attendance.
Q. Can we achieve Class A absorption?
A. Yes. As a general guide, above 35% open area is required but contact us for the specifics.
Q. How do we match finishes across the project?
A. We can provide samples for joiners to match.
On special request and with minimum orders we coordinate between joiners and veneer supplier for very precise matching across the project. Contact us for details about this.
A. If you already have a finish selected, contact us and we can advise on the feasibility of a suitable match.
Q. Can you also supply ancillary parts to match the timber acoustic panels?
A. Yes. We can offer returns, edge trims, door covers, and many other extras. You can design them yourself, too. See Bespoke section or email us for details.
Q. How do I obtain a quotation?
A. Assuming that our products have been specified on the project, we would require the specification, relevant drawings and BOQ.
Q. What is the lead time?
A. We first need all relevant details so that we can produce our drawings. Then typically production of 6-8 weeks after sign off.
Q. Do minimum order quantities apply?
A. Typically around 30m2
Q. Where as a main contractor do we buy the products from?
A. Either from us to install yourselves, an approved installer, or through the package of your designated installers.
Q. Are the panels demountable?
A. We options which are fully demountable and others which require access panels. If you know about the acoustic requirements and have seen images of the kind of system you would like to achieve, our design team can assist you from there.
Q. How do we address light fittings and services?
A. We have typical details which cover most situations. If not, this can be addressed during the design process.
Q. Do you provide installation services or have recommended installers?
A. We do not install ourselves. We can suggest approved installers or provide installation guides to your designated installers.
Q. How are your slatted systems delivered?
A. Almost always made to site dimensions in a panellised system with corresponding installation drawings.
Q. How big are the panels?
A. This varies depending on the design. We aim to keep panels below 20kg/each.