The GIK Acoustics DecoShapes Circle Acoustic Panel is a sound absorbing panel that reduces noise and can be grouped on a wall to create unique designs and patterns. The Circle Acoustic Panel is not only a decorative addition to the home or office, but also a highly effective sound absorbing panel that can be used in any environment. These attractive noise reducing panels are designed to solve a variety of issues: primarily to control ambient noise, eliminate slap echo, and control comb filtering in a room. We offer one standard size to fit on any wall or ceiling at 600mm in diameter circular shaped acoustic panels.
The Circle Acoustic Panel is part of the DecoShapes series and reimagines the home, office, and hotel environments, as well as classrooms, restaurant spaces, home theaters, 2-channel listening rooms, recording studios, and houses of worship.
Incorporating decorative circular shaped acoustic panels will add a modern twist to a home or office with their unique shape, vibrant colors, and modular design.
Rigid rock mineral wool provides twice the low end absorption over similar foam-based products.
1.05 (versus foam products where NRC = 0.4)
Greensafe absorption material
Purebond formaldehyde-free technology
Quality hand-made construction and craftsmanship
600mm x 600mm
The Circle Acoustic Panel is easily mounted on wall using sawtooth picture hanger (included)
Stylish for business or home decor.
The circular shape of the sound absorbing panel is an excellent option for environments such as offices, restaurants and schools for controlling ambient noise.
The shape of the Circle Acoustic Panel means you can arrange them in modern designs and patterns. The result is not only a repetitive or wild look, but Circle Acoustic Panels also make a dramatic effective impact on the acoustics of your space. For an audio example of a treated room, click HERE.
There are tremendous benefits for treating a room acoustically. Sound expert Julian Treasure explains, “Because of poor acoustics, students in classrooms miss 50 percent of what their teachers say and patients in hospitals have trouble sleeping because they continually feel stressed.” The average noise level in classrooms is 65dB. By installing acoustic treatments, that level can be brought down to a healthier threshold.