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Tish Restaurant

Restaurant acoustics

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Noise control in restaurant

Noise control for restaurant

A beautiful and elegant restaurant with simple surfaces such as tiled floors and plain flat walls will always be visually appealing but may not be the most pleasurable place to spend time due to poor restaurant acoustics.  Our Oscar Elite exceptionally smooth acoustic plaster enables the designer to create this same visual impact but combined with a relaxing and calm ambience for its diners so that they will visit time and time again.

Oscar Elite smooth acoustic plaster finish was chosen by Daniel Monk Interior Design to control noise reverberation in the effortlessly elegant café style restaurant offering excellent restaurant acoustics without having to compromise on design.  Noise control in restaurants is vital to provide a welcoming and warm atmosphere and to ensure that conversations are made easy for its diners and staff.

Credits to Daniel Monk Design Ltd and Tim Atkins Photography.

Noise control in restaurants

Acoustic plaster

 

This project uses

Oscar Elite Acoustic Plaster

Oscar Elite

An exceptionally smooth, flat acoustic plaster finish with the appearance of conventional plaster.

Acoustic plaster ideal for use in offices, hotels, receptions, luxury homes, restaurants and much more.

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