The main purpose of a corridor is to allow staff to move around the building quickly and easily. The corridor is also the location for many impromptu meetings and discussions. In addition, a corridor often houses service installations in the ceiling void.
Hard floors and wall surfaces are often chosen for a corridor with wear and cleaning in mind. Wooden floors sometimes cause disturbing footstep noise.
People who talk at a distance can also cause disturbance. The shape of a corridor facilitates sound propagation, allowing noise to travel and disturb a large number of people.
A corridor’s parallel walls can also create flutter echoes.
- comprises a simple hinged arrangement of tiles that offers complete freedom and acessibility whilst achieving sound absorbtion class A.