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Naturally bright ideas from Knauf AMF

It’s spring, when outside abounds with light, warmth and colour, and so too can acoustic panels with the Heradesign and Topiq Sonic ranges from Knauf AMF

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Topiq Sonic frameless acoustic ceiling rafts from Knauf AMF
Topiq Sonic frameless acoustic ceiling rafts from Knauf AMF

Innovative acoustic product ranges from Knauf AMF add variety and richness to an architect’s palette with contrasting textures and abundance of colour.

AMF Topiq Sonic is a range of smooth, monolithic ceiling rafts available in a wide range of angular and organic shapes. Attached by discreet wires, these aesthetically-pleasing rafts can hang horizontally and at different angles and heights, giving the impression they are free floating.

Heradesign is manufactured from sustainably-sourced wood-wool which gives it its distinctive woven surface. Heradesign, installed as either ceilings, fins, islands or wall panels, adds visual impact and a sense of warmth and texture to any interior.

Features:

  • Manufactured in any colour
  • Class A sound absorption
  • Versatile suspension options
  • Long-lasting durability
  • Sustainable
  • Scratch and impact resistant
  • High humidity resistance
  • Ideal for new and historic buildings
  • Bright and sustainable: Heradesign acoustic ceilings, fins, islands or wall panels from Knauf AMF
    Bright and sustainable: Heradesign acoustic ceilings, fins, islands or wall panels from Knauf AMF
  • Bright and sustainable: Heradesign acoustic ceilings, fins, islands or wall panels from Knauf AMF
    Bright and sustainable: Heradesign acoustic ceilings, fins, islands or wall panels from Knauf AMF
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