Due to their lush appearance, you may be forgiven for thinking that moss walls require some form of maintenance in order to stop the bright colours from fading and the greenery from falling to the ground. However, what makes moss walls such an attractive acoustic solution is that they require little to no maintenance.
‘Good food isn’t the only ingredient of an enjoyable dining experience’. This quote, taken from BBC Good Food, resonates heavily with the majority of diners who regularly frequent bars and eateries. In fact, the Food & Beverage Market Research Handbook found that noise from loud customers and crowded tables was the complaint cited most often […]
Acoustic panels are often referred to when there is a need to treat noise, or ‘unwanted sound’, as it is commonly referred. These instances occur most frequently in large, open spaces used for business and leisure purposes, such as bars, restaurants, offices and retail stores. However, acoustic panels can also be used to improve sound […]
We’ve been blogging about the benefits of acoustic panels and how they can improve employee and customer experience. Have you ever been to a restaurant or bar and found that you can’t hear your friends and loved ones clearly? In fact, background noise in some eateries can reach the level of a lawnmower or motorbike. […]
All over the world, Industries generate hundreds of millions of tons of waste every year. Sound Zero offers an integrated waste management process which helps us to optimise production flow, reduce transportation and landfilling costs, and most importantly, lower our impact on the environment. Whilst certain industrial waste may have hazardous and environmentally harmful properties, […]
Thanks to the rise in open-plan offices and industrial warehouse conversions, designers are constantly looking for ways to absorb sound in these large, echoey spaces. As a result, acoustic panels are growing in popularity. With so many options out there, this blog aims to cover the different types of acoustic panels and how they can […]