The renovated premises of Moet Hennessy in Paris incorporate a Kvadrat Acoustic solution in the offices and circulation areas. It enhances the acoustic quality and works towards the architects’ vision of a sophisticated, classic, and productive ambience.
At the offices, the ceilings are low, and there are glass walls between the meeting rooms – features that typically lead to poor acoustics. The Kvadrat Acoustic solution enables the architects to meet this challenge and ensure a comfortable aural environment, which supports collaboration.
In total, the solution integrates 500 Soft Cells Broadline acoustic panels, which are specified on walls and ceilings. They are crafted in rectangular, trapezoid, and triangular shapes, and seamlessly integrate with the lighting and building services.
The Soft Cells are covered with the textiles Casa and Mi Casa, in dark blue and subtle brown nuances. These hues were chosen by the architects to create an elegant dynamic with the wood and glass surfaces throughout the offices.
Imagery by Thomas Fontaine