Sound

A quiet office delivers
sound performance.

The benefits of quiet will shout out to you

Obviously the appearance of your space is vitally important, but another key aspect can’t be seen: Its acoustics. Quiet space is essential when people need to focus and concentrate. Sound absorption is therefore critical when colleagues need to collaborate without becoming a distraction to their neighbours. 99% of employees say office ‘buzz’ was the number one cause of annoyance, distraction and mistakes.

Quiter by design
  • Design Space
  • Life Cycle Cost Analysis Article
  • Infographic
  • Human Spaces
Referenced material: HumanSpaces.com, #InterfaceAcoustics on YouTube, Health Wellbeing and Productivity in Offices - The Next Chapter for Green Building (World Green Building Council), Highlights of Simon Fraser University Study of SmartCells Cushioned Flooring (Smart Cell USA), Healthcare Acoustics Ergonomics White Paper, Interface Maintenance Guide, A life-cycle cost analysis for flooring materials for healthcare facilities, Mission Zero®, Net-Works.com.