Restaurant Development & Design

NOV-DEC 2017

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N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 7 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • 3 3 Modular Felt Ceiling System Hunter Douglas Architectural partnered with Danish architect Bjarne Hammer of Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects to create HeartFelt modular felt ceiling system panels, offering excellent acoustic and visual qualities. Sustainably de- signed, the panels are crafted from felted, thermoformed polyester. Their dense, soft structure features a square-edge design that draws the eye while also accommodat- ing the aesthetic and functional needs of interior spaces. Available in seven shades of gray and five earth tones, the panels can be installed as a ceiling cloud or as a full ceiling by splicing individual pieces to cre- ate continuous lengths. Hunter Douglas Architectural Acoustic Panels with Integrated LEDs Falcon has integrated lighting into its high-performance Caruso acoustic panels, utilizing one of the most advanced DC systems available on the market. A state-of-the-art, fully integrated power and LED lighting system, Falcon Power Solutions is a Class 2 low-voltage solution that offers wireless control and is safe, easy and cost-efficient to install — no licensed electrician required. The new system is highly energy-efficient, modular and adaptable. Falcon Products Sound-Absorbing Clouds EchoCloud was created with difficult, high-volume ceil- ings in mind. The customiz- able cloud units help absorb sound within an open space and reduce reverberation, no matter the ceiling type. Avail- able in four different styles — Deep Cloud, 3D Cloud, Flat Cloud and Perforated Flat Cloud — and multiple shapes per style, this acoustic system boosts ceiling design capabilities and hides distracting ceiling fixtures. Kirei offers EchoCloud in any of its 20 standard EchoPanel colors to complement a room's decor. In addition, EchoPanel is responsibly sourced and made from recycled PET materials to qualify for LEED credits and other green building or sustainability certifications. Kirei USA Vintage Tin Ceilings Add historic charm to your next project with vintage tin ceiling tiles. Olde Good Things has large quantities of salvaged tin ceiling panels in inventory, including several works by artist Mladen Noval and hand-painted art deco-style panels. They're available in a variety of colors in both tin and wood. Distressed frames add character and unique style to each piece. Olde Good Things

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