Lublin, Poland

Centre of Medical Simulation, Medical University of Lublin

Quality at the Forefront of Ceiling Design

Professionalism, commitment and cooperation are the three core values adopted by the Medical University of Lublin. To honour such principles, the Centre of Medical Simulation asked for a learning environment that put hygiene, durability and quality at the forefront of the ceiling design.

METAL R-Clip F, Q-Clip F and METAL Lay-In solutions opened up the possibility of using various perforation patterns and acoustic infills, to achieve the demanding acoustic performance of a healthcare space. A durable, sleek finish lent itself as a hygienic choice and easy access to the ceiling allowed service devices to be concealed, creating a resistant and easy to maintain environment.

Renseignements

  • Architecte: arch. Piotr Machowiak Pracownia, Architektoniczna 1997
  • Client: Medical University of Lublin
  • Copyright photo: © Szymon Polański

Caractéristiques

  • Secteur: Healthcare
  • Type de pièce: Lobby / Open Spaces / Examination Room / Classrooms
  • Matériaux: Metal
  • [Translate to Französisch:] METAL MicroLook 8, Rd 1522, RAL 9010, Black Premium B15 Acoustic Fleece
  • [Translate to Französisch:] METAL MicroLook 8, Rd 1522, RAL 9010, Black Premium B15 Acoustic Fleece
  • [Translate to Französisch:] METAL MicroLook 8, Rd 1522, RAL 9010, Black Premium B15 Acoustic Fleece
  • [Translate to Französisch:] METAL MicroLook 8, Rd 1522, RAL 9010, Black Premium B15 Acoustic Fleece
  • [Translate to Französisch:] METAL MicroLook 8, Rd 1522, RAL 9010, Black Premium B15 Acoustic Fleece

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