acoustic design

Photo: Kee Hua Chee

Acoustic Design Project.

Nobu Restaurant, a world renowned Japanese restaurant opened its new branch at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia in 2014. A comfortable acoustic design was one of the designers’ top priorities–wanting to ensure that diners had the best possible experience. Noise also had to be isolated between the various zones of the restaurant specifically: the dining hall, sushi bar, and cocktail bar area.

acoustic design

acoustic design

Soundzipper supplied Topperfo Micro perforated plank products in Teak veneer for the ceiling areas of the restaurant to ensure noise levels were kept under control.

The small size of the micro-perforated holes meant that dust was not a problem–making the final acoustic solution not only beautiful but also highly maintainable.

Furthermore, acoustical partitions were installed between the zones. Topakustik custom perforated panels were also integrated to ensure maximum functionality as acoustical baffles while also providing a good standard of sound privacy between diners.

acoustic design

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