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12—02—2024

Innovative Applications: Perforated Plywood Panels in Modern Architecture

Offering the perfect blend of aesthetics and functionality, our perforated plywood panels are a standout choice for contemporary buildings – from corporate settings to schools to sporting clubs and plenty in between. 

Used extensively for their unique ability to attenuate sound, Maxi perforated panels offer endless possibilities and can be utilised in an array of design techniques. What’s more, these versatile plywood panels have the ability to achieve a Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) rating of up to 0.8 without compromising on style, allowing aesthetics and acoustics to go hand-in-hand.

To demonstrate what can be achieved, in this article we’ll share some of the different design techniques and sustainable aspects of perforated plywood panels, and showcase some recent examples where these impressive plywood panels shine.

Design techniques of perforated panels

Commonly used within entertainment venues, sporting facilities, corporate offices, and educational settings, perforated plywood panels can incorporate a range of interior design techniques. A highlight in many of our projects, a perforated ceiling not only delivers exceptional sound quality within a venue or workspace but it can also be used creatively to enhance the aesthetic appeal, adding a stylish, contemporary look.

Flexibility in design is also a feature of these plywood panels, and they can be used for feature walls in many innovative ways. A fantastic example of their versatility can be seen in the Botanicca project, where perforated panels were used as a pegboard wall lining that doubles as a wayfinding sign. Delivered pre-finished complete with a standard black acoustic backing, these plywood panels are fast and easy to install, further adding to their appeal.

Perforated plywood panels on show

In some of our recent projects, the beauty and function of perforated panels are on show, providing a glimpse into the potential of this exceptional product to transform a space. When Campari Group, a major player in the global spirits industry, upgraded the interior of their Melbourne bottling plant, our perforated panels proved the perfect choice for the ceiling in the office space, reception, and kitchen. Perfectly complementing the vibrant, modern design, perforated panels elevate the space while keeping the ambient sound levels.

Another recent project where the perforated ceiling shines is within the Lang Lang Sporting Hub. While the perforated panels were selected primarily for their ability to soften the noise during events, they were also chosen as the perfect material to complement the mesh screen detail used throughout the complex, seamlessly tying the design elements together.

While we mentioned the stunning wall linings within the cutting-edge Botanicca corporate complex, perforated ceiling panels were also widely used within meeting rooms, to attenuate sound and provide a stylish, contemporary look and feel.

Sustainable aspects of perforated panels

Like all our products, perforated panels are available in a range of timber choices to match your needs, including two timber varieties that are FSC-certified through the global forest certification system. When you select Baltic Birch or Hoop Pine for your perforated panels, you can be confident you are making a smart and sustainable choice.

Talk to us about your project needs today

If you have an upcoming project that needs an aesthetically pleasing product that offers sound attenuating qualities too, get in touch with our team today to find out more about our perforated plywood panels.

 

Contact us for more information
Posted by: Maxiply Team Category: Walls/ Ceilings, Technical Info, Facts About Ply

12—02—2024

Innovative Applications: Perforated Plywood Panels in Modern Architecture
Posted by: Maxiply Team Category: Walls/ Ceilings, Technical Info, Facts About Ply

Offering the perfect blend of aesthetics and functionality, our perforated plywood panels are a standout choice for contemporary buildings – from corporate settings to schools to sporting clubs and plenty in between. 

Used extensively for their unique ability to attenuate sound, Maxi perforated panels offer endless possibilities and can be utilised in an array of design techniques. What’s more, these versatile plywood panels have the ability to achieve a Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) rating of up to 0.8 without compromising on style, allowing aesthetics and acoustics to go hand-in-hand.

To demonstrate what can be achieved, in this article we’ll share some of the different design techniques and sustainable aspects of perforated plywood panels, and showcase some recent examples where these impressive plywood panels shine.

Design techniques of perforated panels

Commonly used within entertainment venues, sporting facilities, corporate offices, and educational settings, perforated plywood panels can incorporate a range of interior design techniques. A highlight in many of our projects, a perforated ceiling not only delivers exceptional sound quality within a venue or workspace but it can also be used creatively to enhance the aesthetic appeal, adding a stylish, contemporary look.

Flexibility in design is also a feature of these plywood panels, and they can be used for feature walls in many innovative ways. A fantastic example of their versatility can be seen in the Botanicca project, where perforated panels were used as a pegboard wall lining that doubles as a wayfinding sign. Delivered pre-finished complete with a standard black acoustic backing, these plywood panels are fast and easy to install, further adding to their appeal.

Perforated plywood panels on show

In some of our recent projects, the beauty and function of perforated panels are on show, providing a glimpse into the potential of this exceptional product to transform a space. When Campari Group, a major player in the global spirits industry, upgraded the interior of their Melbourne bottling plant, our perforated panels proved the perfect choice for the ceiling in the office space, reception, and kitchen. Perfectly complementing the vibrant, modern design, perforated panels elevate the space while keeping the ambient sound levels.

Another recent project where the perforated ceiling shines is within the Lang Lang Sporting Hub. While the perforated panels were selected primarily for their ability to soften the noise during events, they were also chosen as the perfect material to complement the mesh screen detail used throughout the complex, seamlessly tying the design elements together.

While we mentioned the stunning wall linings within the cutting-edge Botanicca corporate complex, perforated ceiling panels were also widely used within meeting rooms, to attenuate sound and provide a stylish, contemporary look and feel.

Sustainable aspects of perforated panels

Like all our products, perforated panels are available in a range of timber choices to match your needs, including two timber varieties that are FSC-certified through the global forest certification system. When you select Baltic Birch or Hoop Pine for your perforated panels, you can be confident you are making a smart and sustainable choice.

Talk to us about your project needs today

If you have an upcoming project that needs an aesthetically pleasing product that offers sound attenuating qualities too, get in touch with our team today to find out more about our perforated plywood panels.

 

Contact us for more information