Renovation of a development and office building
Good atmosphere in renewed canteen
The conversion of the development and office building of the medium-sized company Berthold Technologies in Bad Wildbad was completed in October 2015. The completely renovated building from 1974 was subjected to an energy refurbishment by Aescht & Berthold Architekten. In addition, contemporary working environments were created inside.
LIGNO® Akustik light | Wall claddingProduct code: LIGNO® Akustik light 3S_33_a70g_625-12n25-4_WTL_gb_b0
Various wood species are available for the visible layer. For quality reasons, individual wood species cannot be configured for all profiles; for technical reasons, surface treatments are excluded for some wood species.
_WTL Silver fir knotless, patterned
The visible layer is profiled with joints. The code for profiling indicates in millimetres: Element width, strip width (rounded, from/to if applicable) and joint width (rounded) as well as a letter identification for variants, e.g. with chamfered strip edges or with additional height gradation.
Note: Some profiles indirectly cause exclusions for other configuration options.
_625-12n25-4 Slat profile "nature"
The face is subjected to a brushing _gb as standard, which produces a stronger or weaker structure depending on the type of wood and makes the surface less sensitive to scratches. Alternatively, a smooth sanding _gs can be carried out, or on request a bandsaw cut _grimitated.
Depending on the type of wood, the optional application of a surface treatment is possible ex works. Individual colour finishes are always sampled for coordination. For elements in individual lengths, colour treatment is limited to max. 5 m length.
If the soffit of the element is to have a good sound-absorbing effect, the penultimate layer is configured as absorber _a50g. Otherwise, this layer is configured as a solid wood layer _a0.
_a70g 70 % Absorber
Lörrach District Office
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