Koha Gym in Christchurch is a place to experience a world of state-of-the-art fitness technology in a welcoming and comfortable environment. Black C Max Absorb tiles and black GrixLux lights are throughout the whole space and a wall of OROQI graces the fitness studio.
The refurbished Rangiora RSA has many T&R acoustic solutions. The main space has a C Max Combo ceiling; whereas the dining room has a striking Hush Panel suspended ceiling with matching Hush Panels on the walls. The gaming room is incredibly private with the black C Max ceiling.
Dawson House in New Plymouth is a new build with government tenant. T&R Interior Systems' Daiken Harmony ceiling features throughout the office spaces while T&R Aluminium Baffle is featured in the foyer and on the first floor landing. Daiken Harmony tiles meet the BPS (Building Performance Standard) requirements for government fit outs. PS Interiors undertook the installation of the grid and tile with a seismic design by JSK Consulting Engineers.
With sweeping views over Wellington Harbour; IAG's offices have an amazing location. The fit out uses Eclipse aluminium partitioning across the 3 floors for breakout spaces and office partitions.
Installer: Choice Commercial Interiors
Palace Burger in Mount Maunganui wanted a striking and acoustically efficient ceiling for their burger bar. They selected a highly absorbent black C Max Absorb tile and Black GridLux..
Installed by Westaco Ceilings.
3 classrooms were converted into a large space in line with ILE principles.
The T&R Products used were: C Max Absorb acoustic tiles, C Max Direct Fix tiles, CBI grid and seismic design and Polyester circle acoustic panels
Above: Your Space is a collection of offices on High Street in Christchurch. They have been fitted out with Black C Max Absorb and Combo and Eclipse Aluminium throughout. The Black and White colour scheme is broken up by splashes of coloured LED lighting strips and bold murals on the walls in the communal spaces.
Printed C Max Silence Clouds are a perfect acoustic canvas. At Ravensdown in Christchurch the panels show pastural scenes in the communal areas.
Inkjet printing does not affect the acoustic properties of the panel and it's therefore a great option for offices, hospitality and other commercial spaces.
At Ellerslie School in Auckland, DLM Architects designed two new ILE classroom blocks. T&R designed, installed and tested the inclusion of C Max Absorb suspended ceiling tiles. The results were truly impressive.
Much of the headquarters for Trustpower in Tauranga has an open plan layout, and the potential problems caused by acoustic reflections and high reverberation times in such a large space needed careful consideration. OROQI 3D ceiling tiles reduce reverberation while providing a unique and dynamic look.
Silence Clouds are a good retrofit solution for noisy and reverberant spaces such as cafes, boardrooms and offices. With their high NRC, they are a very effective panel and reduce reverberation times as well as preventing parallel echo.
The Buchan Group in Christchurch have used white grid and Black C Max acoustic tiles to create a linear statement in the hallway. The monochrome theme is continued in the breakout spaces in the office.
Our Lady of the Rosary School had a set of classrooms that were earthquake-prone and in serious need of refurbishment. The decision was made to demolish the existing buildings and replace them with a new five-classroom block (and associated spaces), incorporating modern learning environment principles.
C Max Absorb was used in bespoke configurations for the Christchurch Art Gallery. Due to the height in the foyer, an elongated tile was used (2400x600) whereas in the gallery spaces, had a 1200x1200 black C Max Absorb tile.