November 2016 – An extremely rare occurrence. The employees of a bank in Kansas (USA) demanded that the acoustic performance of the videoconference room at their brand new headquarters be tested. An acoustic engineering firm was immediately commissioned to perform a series of on-site tests. In the end, the entire building was tested, including the areas equipped with Obersound Micro-perforated acoustic panels.
150 Sq. m. of Obersound Micro-perforated acoustic panels in natural oak wood can be admired in the entrance hall of the regional branch of the American AG Credit Union Facility in Kansas. For this project, which was completed in June 2016, the SPT Architecture architectural firm also recommended a large quantity of non-perforated panels made of the same wood.
In brown, the official Obersound performances, in red, the results of the tests performed on Obersound Micro-perforated acoustic panels installed in the lobby of the American AG Credit Union Facility. (Source: Henderson Engineers).