Ecophon Focus™
Unique additional systems
The Ecophon Focus range provides a number of additional systems that present new design and functional possibilities to enhance or complete the acoustic ceiling.
Ecophon Focus Wing
Metro Arkitekter Malmö, Sweden, Architect: Metro Arkitekter, Photo: Johan Kalén
LEFT: Metro Arkitekter Malmö, Sweden, Architect: Metro Arkitekter, Photo: Johan Kalén
Ecophon Focus Wing provides a whole new dimension to the acoustic ceiling. With this additional system, the ceiling becomes more than just a surface – it becomes a design element and a focal point. Focus Wing can be used as a free-hanging unit over a meeting place or a workstation. It can also be used for level changes or in transitions to other construction elements.
Ecophon Edge
Project Community Sports Hall Warszawa, Polen, Architect: Przedsiębiorstwo Projektowo-Wykonawcze pro-Art KONOPKA, Photo: Szymon Polanski
ABOVE: Project Community Sports Hall Warszawa, Polen, Architect: Przedsiębiorstwo Projektowo-Wykonawcze pro-Art KONOPKA, Photo: Szymon Polanski
Ecophon Edge is a free hanging system with its own special character since the section of the Connect Edge Profile and the Connect Edge Corner has a slight vertical slope. The floating ceiling, installed in rectangular islands, becomes a design element with a soft and balanced appearance thanks to the Edge moulding. The outer edges are angled slightly upwards and outwards or downwards and outwards, as required.
Focus 3-Dimensional ceilings
Intentia, Stockholm, Sweden, Architect: Hans Murman Arkitektkontor, Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
ABOVE: Intentia, Stockholm, Sweden, Architect: Hans Murman Arkitektkontor, Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
Ecophon Focus S-line, Focus Quadro, Focus L-line and Focus Flexiform curved ceiling panels enable you to vary the heights of different parts of the ceiling. They provide an easy way to adapt the ceiling to installations and the structural features that are inherent to the building. Raising and lowering the ceiling in this way can produce an innovative and exciting ceiling design.
Ecophon Focus frieze
FOCUS WING: Hennes & Mauritz, DC, Oslo, Norway, Architect: Niels Torp Arkitekter, Photo: Jiri Havran
 
FOCUS S-LINE: Sundsvall University, Sweden, Architect: Arken Arkitekter AB, Stockholm, Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
 
Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers, Halmstad, Sweden, Contractor: AkustikService AB , Photo: Studio Ekvall Helsingborg AB/Bengt Jansson
 
FOCUS QUADRO: Scania Office building, Nadarzyn, Poland, Photo: Szymon Polanski
FOCUS WING: Hennes & Mauritz, DC, Oslo, Norway, Architect: Niels Torp Arkitekter, Photo: Jiri Havran
FOCUS S-LINE: Sundsvall University, Sweden, Architect: Arken Arkitekter AB, Stockholm, Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
FOCUS L-LINE: Öhrlings PricewaterhouseCoopers, Halmstad, Sweden, Contractor: AkustikService AB , Photo: Studio Ekvall Helsingborg AB/Bengt Jansson
FOCUS QUADRO: Scania Office building, Nadarzyn, Poland, Photo: Szymon Polanski
The sound absorbers in the ceiling perimeter are extremely important as in that they absorb both the sounds coming directly from the sound source and those reflected from the upper part of the walls. The Focus frieze system is used to create a smooth interface between the wall and the suspended ceiling without any visible wall-trims.
 
 
Focus Unique additional system overview
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Focus Wing
Wing-shaped panels for free hanging ceilings.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Edge
Section icon in color with measurement. Used on system pages
Slight vertical sloped moulding for free hanging units.
Focus S-line
S-shaped panels creating a level change
 
 
 
 
 
 
Focus L-line
L-shaped panels creating a level change
 
 
 
 
 
 
Focus Quadro
Quartered circle shaped panels creating a level change
 
 
 
 
 
 
Focus Flexiform
Flexible panels formed on site.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Focus Frieze
Creating a smooth transition between ceiling and wall.
 
 
 
 

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