Ecophon Focus™ Wing/Focus D

- Changes in level at wall
Ecophon official reference: office, canteen. Project: Hennes & Mauritz, DC, Oslo, Norway. Architect: Niels Torp Arkitekter. Photo: Jiri Havran. System: Focus Wing.
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Hennes&Mauritz, DC, Olso, Norway
Architect: Niels Torp Arkitekter
Photo: Jiri Havran
 
This wing-shaped absorber is an elegant way of dealing with transitions where the ceiling planes are at different elevations.
Ecophon Focus Wing can be integrated with the Ecophon standard Connect grid system. The wing-shaped sections are made of the same material as the rest of the ceiling, and cover the perimeters by means of enhancing the ceiling plane’s boundaries and giving it a distinct appearance.
Where a ceiling plane is interrupted, e.g. by stairs or windows, the wing-shaped finish creates an opportunity to provide a clear definition for the openings. With its soft, precise form, Ecophon Focus Wing is an attractive way of emphasising both daylight and artificial light.

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