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Sound and vision: Serene spaces by Oscar Acoustics

Decorative architectural finishes provide innovative solutions to noise and light problems in buildings

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Oscar Acoustics' SonaSpray fcx decorative acoustic finish at the Hard Rock Hotel, London.
Oscar Acoustics' SonaSpray fcx decorative acoustic finish at the Hard Rock Hotel, London. Credit: Scott Brownrigg and Adnitt Acoustics

Enhancing a room with quality acoustics that allow for easy conversation or peaceful relaxation is important to health, wellbeing and the enjoyment of any setting.

For over 40 years, family-run acoustic decorative finish provider Oscar Acoustics has developed innovative solutions to noise and design-based problems in residential, commercial and public spaces. 

The company's range of architectural acoustic finishes passively absorb sound energy for a calmer, quieter space without compromising design. 

SonaSpray textured finishes and Oscar Elite smooth plaster are ideal for use on most substrate configurations. SonaSpray’s simple, single-coat application reduces project times and costs, while Oscar Elite’s unique sandable topcoat allows for smooth coatings even on complex shapes. 

Oscar Acoustics' Evo-Blade infinity razor edge trim is designed to work seamlessly with acoustic and conventional plasters for a quality finish that lasts.

Evo-Blade circumvents the common shortcomings of similar products, such as visible cracks and dust stains. Its shallower angle ensures the trim remains invisible, adding to the infinity edge illusion and it is compatible with almost any off-the-shelf lighting strip.

  • Oscar Acoustics' SonaSpray K-13 grey decorative finish throughout Radius Payment Solutions' headquarters, Crewe.
    Oscar Acoustics' SonaSpray K-13 grey decorative finish throughout Radius Payment Solutions' headquarters, Crewe. Credit: Space Invader Design, Overbury & Andrew Smith / SG Photography
  • SonaSpray fc black decorative acoustic finish at the Hard Rock Hotel, London.
    SonaSpray fc black decorative acoustic finish at the Hard Rock Hotel, London. Credit: Scott Brownrigg and Adnitt Acoustics
  • Evo-Blade razor edge trim and Oscar Elite smooth acoustic plaster throughout La Dame De Pic Restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel London.
    Evo-Blade razor edge trim and Oscar Elite smooth acoustic plaster throughout La Dame De Pic Restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel London.
  • SonaSpray fc white decorative finish throughout reception area of Crossway (formerly Civic House), Birmingham.
    SonaSpray fc white decorative finish throughout reception area of Crossway (formerly Civic House), Birmingham. Credit: Associated Architects
  • SonaSpray K-13 grey decorative finish throughout Radius Payment Solutions' headquarters, Crewe.
    SonaSpray K-13 grey decorative finish throughout Radius Payment Solutions' headquarters, Crewe. Credit: Space Invader Design, Overbury & Andrew Smith / SG Photography
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For more information and technical support, visit oscar-acoustics.co.uk

 

Contact:

01474 854902

mail@oscar-acoustics.co.uk


 

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