Here, the lower ceiling plane is treated as a floating unit, totally clear of the walls. For acoustical reasons we recommend the upper level of acoustic ceiling to connect against the wall.
The gently formed edges are made from the same material as the rest of the ceiling. The element is made without visible sections, which means that we perceive it as homogenous material. The shape means that the panel appears visually light, as though it is floating.
A floating unit can cover almost the whole room in one large area, but it can of course also be divided into several smaller, floating units at different heights. If they are angled, they can act as excellent reflectors for the light.