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Architectural acoustic finishes: the sustainable sound solution

Discover the products allowing architects to control noise without design compromise

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Sitting pretty: SonaSpray fcx acoustic spray throughout The Market breakout space at 22 Bishopsgate, London.
Sitting pretty: SonaSpray fcx acoustic spray throughout The Market breakout space at 22 Bishopsgate, London. Credit: DesignLSM, Adnitt Acoustics and Andrew Meredith Photography

Oscar Acoustics’ SonaSpray acoustic decorative finishes absorb sound energy, allowing designers to create productive spaces free of distraction.

SonaSpray's big 6 environmental credentials

  • Contributes towards many sustainable design and health certification systems, including BREEAM, SKA, Living Building Challenge and LEED. 
  • Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) to ISO 14025. 
  • Achieves M1 certification as Low Emitting Building Material, GreenGuard Gold, Cradle to Cradle and satisfies many features under the WELL Building Standard.
  • Effectively lowers the carbon footprint of a building project by sequestering rich stores of carbon for the life of the structure or application.
  • Installed by expert ISO-14001-certified Oscar teams.
  • Made of fire treated, recycled paper and other rapidly renewable natural resources.
  • Stress-free comings and goings: Oscar Elite acoustic plaster at 111 Buckingham Palace Road reception, London.
    Stress-free comings and goings: Oscar Elite acoustic plaster at 111 Buckingham Palace Road reception, London. Credit: Eric Parry Architects and Collins Construction
  • Into the dark: SonaSpray K-13 in black has been applied behind a suspended feature ceiling at 20 Farringdon, London.
    Into the dark: SonaSpray K-13 in black has been applied behind a suspended feature ceiling at 20 Farringdon, London. Credit: Denton Corker Marshall and Arch Photos
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SonaSpray's 7 big design benefits

  • Class 0 to BS 476 and B-s1,d0 fire rated.
  • Controls reverberation by absorbing sound energy instead of reflecting it.
  • Seamless spray finish follows the lines of whatever is underneath, enabling designers to achieve perfect curves and shapes.
  • Can be applied directly to most substrates, including concrete, plasterboard, GRP, steel, glass and expanded polystyrene. 
  • Can be applied to complex architectural elements, such as barrel vaults, domes and corrugated decks.
  • Suitable for application behind suspended mesh and timber ceilings.
  • Black finish achieves ideal conditions for lighting control and creating the illusion of infinite ceiling height above suspended ceilings.

SonaSpray can transform any noisy interior - including offices, warehouses, auditoriums and studios - into an acoustically balanced environment that sounds as good as it looks.

Watch the Oscar Acoustics video below to find out more.

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For more information and technical support, visit oscar-acoustics.co.uk

 

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