Ecophon Access™
For full accessibility
Jernhuset Stockholm, Sweden, Architect: AIX Arkitekter AB, Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
LEFT: Jernhuset Stockholm, Sweden, Architect: AIX Arkitekter AB, Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
Modern establishments are being built to suit the needs of many different tenants. The ceiling void is often used to accommodate a range of services, such as ventilation and other climate equipment, electrical wiring, cabling for computers, alarms and communication systems. Therefore easy access to these services for maintenance and/or alteration is vital, sometimes even on a daily basis.
Jernhuset Stockholm, Sweden, Architect: AIX Arkitekter AB, Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
ABOVE: Jernhuset Stockholm, Sweden, Architect: AIX Arkitekter AB, Photo: Åke E:son Lindman
Ecophon Access panels can be lowered fully from two directions and there are no obstructing cross tees. The panels can also be opened fully in long “lanes” for servicing and other work.
Additional system - Ecophon Access frieze for margins
The margin of a suspended ceiling is generally used for taking up tolerances, carrying light fittings or as a design feature. In terms of acoustics, sound absorbers in the margins along the walls in a room are particularly important in preventing undesirable sound reflections.
Access edge overview
Access A
Panels with visible frame covering edges and corners.
Access C
Panels with concealed frame.
Access E
Panels with recessed visible frame.
Access Frieze
Creating a smooth transition between Access system and wall.