Recent developments in virtual reality (VR) technology allow for the visualization of unbuilt information as full-scale occupiable environments, providing previously unavailable insight to design professionals, clients, and other stakeholders.
Large-format ceiling solutions provide high levels of sound absorption. They are well-suited for a variety of open, social areas that are commonly found in institutional settings, including cafeterias, corridors, gyms, lobbies, and study rooms. The visual advantage of the panels is its ability to minimize the appearance of a suspended ceiling, leading to a smooth, monolithic look.
Today’s educational campuses do more than provide weather-tight enclosures for instruction and study. They must be attractive to recruit students, faculty, and donors, and offer both generalized, multipurpose and specialized, purpose-built facilities.