© Stefan Meyer
Reutlingen, Germany

Schwille Architectural Firm

A Vibrant, Tailor-Made Solution

Over the course of several years, Schwille architectural firm, located in Reutlingen, Germany has consistently incorporated HERADESIGN® products from Knauf Ceiling Solutions into numerous projects.  This experience led them to a natural decision to utilise the wood wool acoustic panels to furnish their own office, aligning perfectly with their design philosophy.

The entire office area, including secondary rooms, was equipped with high-absorbing acoustical wood wool ceiling tiles from Knauf Ceiling Solutions. As architects always seek the best aesthetics, they found the ideal solution in the HERADESIGN® Creative range. Specifically, they chose the "Mikado" design with a Superfine surface. A total of 259 tiles, covering approximately 186m², were installed. Collaborating with the lightning planners of BECKERT & SOANCA-POLLAK, they devised a perfect and tailor-made solution that met Schwille Architects' requirements.

Dane o projekcie

  • Architekt: Schwille Architektenpartnerschaft mbB, Reutlingen
  • Wykonawca: iBAU Projektmanagement GmbH, Reutlingen
  • Klient: Schwille Architektenpartnerschaft mbB, Reutlingen
  • Prawa autorskie do fotografii: © Stefan Meyer

Informacje o projekcie

  • Sektor: Office
  • Typ pomieszczenia: Office Area, Corridor, Meeting Rooms, Private Office
  • Materiały: Wood Wool
© Stefan Meyer
HERADESIGN® Creative effect Mikado, Superfine
© Stefan Meyer
© Stefan Meyer
© Stefan Meyer
© Stefan Meyer
© Stefan Meyer

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