Hearing is a crucial tool for navigating our society and environment. Sounds and hearing enable language, language enables our social and intellectual development. In the buildings we use, whether they are for work, living, music, learning or healing, the shape of spaces and the nature of materials affect how we perceive sound.

To meet this challenge, we collaborate with architects and designers to create aesthetically outstanding spaces with perfect sound control, using the inherent properties of beautiful textiles – from office spaces where people feel undisturbed yet part of something grand to auditoria that leave audiences spellbound.

To help you find the optimal Kvadrat Acoustics solution for your project, here you’ll find space-specific guidance on acoustics and specification – as well as an acoustic glossary by internationally recognized researcher in the field of architectural
acoustics, Anders Christian Gade.


Guidance on acoustics and specification

Different types of spaces have different roles and acoustic needs. Discover sound absorption insights, specification tips and reference cases relevant to your project.

Learn more about acoustics and realise your vision