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Kiefer, Indusail acoustic sail system, cooling, Schallabsorption, soundproofing, acoustics, ventilation

Custom-made Ceiling Sails

Planning company Obermeyer is currently renovating its headquarters in Munich, built in 1973 with 12,000 m2 GFA, whilst at the same time remaining in the building. One challenge has been the renovation of the floor ceilings originally designed as coffered ceilings. Linear luminaires were an integral part of the ventilation system and arranged asymmetrically in the coffers, the remaining areas being designed as acoustic ceilings with textile tension fabric elements.

The planners wanted a visually uniform ceiling with hidden cooling and ventilation. They found what they were looking for in the Indusail acoustic sail system from Kiefer which combines acoustics, lighting, cooling and ventilation in various modules. Indusail was also chosen because it can be integrated into the ceiling panels and reduces the number of cooling-water pipes. Kiefer manufactured a sensor-controlled multifunctional system for a total of 10 000 m2 of ceiling area: The supply air depends on a CO2 value and the number of people in the room. The newly-installed acoustic mats are a special square solution (1550 x 1550 mm).

For more information, see:
www.kieferklima.de/en

 

Kiefer, Indusail acoustic sail system, cooling, Schallabsorption, soundproofing, acoustics, ventilation

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