Plateau combines computer-generated technology with ceiling tiles that come in both hexagonal and irregular shapes.
The panel's modular nature means that each installation is bespoke, with this process being regulated by Impact Acoustic's in-house design tool, which factors in spatial confines to calculate the best configuration of the tiles.
"Inspired by self-organising natural systems, we developed an in-house design tool that integrates a physics engine and an evolutionary solver to generate designs," said Impact Acoustic's head of computational design Dino Rossi. "Each result is a unique, optimised solution adapted to a particular space."
The installation process is made simple by the option to utilise custom mounting hardware. The panels can also be specified with a centrally-placed LED light to combine sound-dampening properties with an additional light source.
Plateau is available in 32 colours to suit a range of interior schemes.
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