Sir Paul Reeves building, part of AUT University’s Campus and designed by the architects, Jasmax, has bold flowing sculptural curves and exaggerated shapes which required a sympathetic ceiling product that would blend with and follow the flowing lines of the ceiling shapes.
Jasmax chose Asona’s Stratopanel-Random with inbuilt Cleano technology ceiling lining system to fulfil this requirement due to the seamless edge to edge perforated pattern of the ceiling tile that creates a fluid monolithic look and gives good sound absorption for control of reverberation plus its high impact resistance to marking. Perfect for a bold architectural statement like the Sir Paul Reeves Building.
Stratopanel™ is a continuous random patterned perforated acoustic ceiling lining system designed for auditoriums, atriums and large public spaces. The reinforced plaster panels are press punched perforated with acoustic tissue backer and face laminated with white foil for easy cleaning and high light reflectance. Stratopanel™ comes in a wide variety of perforation patterns.
The inbuilt Cleaneo™ technology is derived from a natural volcanic rock called Zeolite. Knauf Danoline uses a synthetic concentrated version called Zeoflair.
When gypsum board containing Zeoflair is perforated, it purifies air as it streams through the perforations, removing unpleasant pollutants and leaving the air cleaner.
Sole NZ supplier of Knauf Danoline products: Asona Limited