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Office employees cite the intrusion of unwanted noise as a leading factor in workplace dissatisfaction, reduced effectiveness, and higher stress. Unwanted noise typically relates to “speech privacy”, in which employees overhear loud, unwanted conversations from other people sharing the same environment. One study found that 75% of office workers are unhappy with the lack of speech privacy in their workplace.
In open plan, focus, or collaborative spaces, the main function of the ceiling is to absorb sound that would normally bounce off the ceiling into a nearby space or cubicle and block sound from mechanicals in the plenum.
Total Acoustics office ceiling tiles, with the ideal combination of sound absorption and sound blocking, are flexible to provide the right balance, even when employees are concentrating one minute, and collaborating the next. In open plenum environments, where noise control can be a significantly greater challenge, consider strategically placed acoustical clouds and canopies to control sound.
Your facility’s main lobby can set the tone for the entire design theme and personality of the building, setting expectations for visitors and business professionals. Lobbies and reception areas provide a first impressions as well. In research, visitors perceived that the quality of service would be greater in waiting areas that were well-lit and warm in appearance, compared to those which were dark and cold in appearance.
Office ceiling tiles with Total Acoustics performance offer superior noise reduction and style in a variety of materials and colors to match the feel of any space. You only get one chance to make a first impression.
Like private offices, conference rooms have a need for confidentiality. Whether it's a conference call with a top client or a conversation between an employee and manager, conference rooms require the highest level of acoustical control.
Keep conversations private in conference rooms with Total Acoustics performance, the ideal combination of sound absorption and sound blocking. Conference rooms are also a place to have fun with design.
Corridors and hallways require the functionality to handle high-traffic and the design flexibility to seamlessly connect to key spaces.
Help reduce unwanted noise coming from noisy corridors with Total Acoustics office ceiling tiles. Select from a range of materials and styles to match the feel of any design.
Private, or closed-plan offices, demand privacy and ability to focus.
Don’t let noise from shared plenum spaces negatively affect confidentiality in closed offices. Selecting office ceiling tiles with Total Acoustics performance, the ideal combination of sound absorption and sound blocking, can help keep private offices private.
Perhaps the most versatile room in your space, the break room is used by employees and visitors to unwind, fuel up, and hold meetings in a pinch. Break rooms require the functionality of a kitchen with the comfort and style of a conference room.
Create a space for employees to escape from the stress of the work day. Use office ceiling tiles to create a fun space to decompress and also manage office buzz.
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