A pleasure for the palate and for the ear
The interior design idea at the Ingo Holland School of Cuisine is unmistakable. The ever-changing arrangement of suspended luminaires above the tables and in the kitchen. To maximise on this diversity visually, an elegant yet unobtrusive ceiling was needed that would also improve the acoustic quality of the room. It was important to keep background noise at a subdued level even when the room is fully occupied. It was ultimately the Octave 85 ceiling tiles that delivered the solution to those requirements. Discover further exciting perspectives of this reference project in the following film.