THE DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF AREAPLAN KRISTAL ARE ITS TRANSPARENCY AND BRIGHTNESS, A COMBINATION OF GLASS AND WOOD DOORS TO ORGANISE AND SEPARATE OPEN SPACE OFFICES, WITH THOSE UNIQUE PROPERTIES GIVEN BY THESE MATERIALS, WHICH CREATE AN INTENSE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LIGHT AND ARCHITECTURE. AREAPLAN KRISTAL IS AN INNOVATIVE SOLUTION IN THE USE OF DIVIDING WALLS TO SATISFY THE GROWING NEEDS OF MODULAR FLEXIBILITY IN INTERIORS. PROTAGONIST IN DIVIDING UP ARCHITECTURAL VOLUMES, THEY FULLY SATISFY THE NEEDS OF EVEN THE MOST EXACTING PLANNERS.
When “air-borne” noise generated (Wi) inside a volume meets an obstacle (1), it splits into two components: The first component bounces back (Wr). A part of it is absorbed by the environment (Wa = acoustic energy absorbed) while the other part is reflected, giving rise to the so-called “reverberation” phenomenon, also known as latent echo. As to the second component, it overtakes the obstacle (Wt). To obtain an adequate acoustic quality, it is necessary to increase the component (Wa = acoustic energy absorbed) and decrease the component (Wt = acoustic energy transmitted). When inspecting the site, it is vital to check the typology of the environment where the internal division is expected to happen, since non-bearing walls are often dependent on the surrounding envi- ronment. It is always essential to specify the requirements and conditions of use applicable to the premises in order to identify the divisions that suit best the intended use. Rooms having false ceilings (2) or raised floors (3) provide inadequate soundproofing without the presence of “soundproof baffles” (4), which must be fitted during the assembly and posing phases on both the false ceiling and the raised floor, in strict compliance with the internal division layout .
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