Stretched Fabric Acoustic Treatments Are Optimal For:
- Conference Rooms
We install stretched fabric and acoustic treatments in any space, using custom configurations to create a unique architectural design element while enhancing overall acoustics performance.
Sound Improvement with Stretched Fabric
Cinergy’s team has over 10 years of professional experience installing world-class fabric designs to mitigate and enhance sound in residential and commercial spaces. Multiple types of stretched fabric can be installed to optimize the visual and acoustic aesthetics of any room.
Using Stretched Fabric in Building Design
We construct and install a wide range of fabric walls and ceiling systems built to your specifications and acoustic needs. Not only does stretched fabric provide a unique and custom-designed look to your space, it also can be combined with acoustic backing to absorb sound in naturally noisy spaces. This combination of visual and audible enhancement can improve almost any space.
The acoustical material can be either reflective or absorbing, and it can be applied to the walls or ceilings or to movable panels to mitigate noise in auditoriums, conference rooms, restaurants and other public spaces; prevent noise transmission between rooms in homes, hotels, and offices; and enhance sound in theaters and performance spaces. In addition, our solutions can incorporate artwork and graphics as integral components of the design.
Stretched Fabric Variations
Art, high-resolution photographs, designs, and almost any color imaginable can be printed on fabric to create a unique finish. Printed fabric gives you a unique design element combined with noise reduction properties, giving your space the best visual and acoustic feel.
Stretched fabric can be installed up to 16 feet wide and any length. Wide-span fabric reduces seams and allows large areas to be covered with fewer installation hours.
Layout and Design
Stretched fabric can be rendered in custom layouts and 3-D designs.
Acoustical shapes of almost any form or size can be wrapped in fabric and hung from the ceiling to create a decorative element that acts to improve the overall acoustical performance of the space.
We work with the best textile manufacturers in the world and provide a wide variety of fabrics, depending on the application. We offer a wide range of decorative fabrics as well as acoustically transparent fabrics suited to cover speakers and acoustical panels. If you have your own fabric, we can test it to ensure it will stretch for installation or test it for acoustically transparency if it will be used in front of speakers.
Cinergy can create translucent fabric light clouds and light boxes for various applications. By backlighting fabric with specialty LED or fluorescent lighting, we can create unique lighting effects that enhance the visual appeal of a space while also reducing noise from otherwise noise-reflective spaces.
Stretched Fabric Versus Drywall
A room finished with drywall can create noise reflection that’s overwhelming and uncomfortable, while fabric can reduce the overall noise and create unique patterns and colors that can be repaired or replaced more easily than repainting. Essentially, a stretched-fabric treatment creates a wall with both the look and the noise level you desire. Virtually any wall or ceiling can have outstanding acoustical performance without the traditional, segmented look of fabric-covered panels.
For Your Home:
Style. Beauty. Performance.
Fabric panels and wall finishing systems enhance both the appearance and livability of your home by adding design, texture, and color to your living spaces while improving the room acoustics and functionality. You can transform the beauty and acoustics of any room in your home using fabric panels.
Fabric wall and ceiling coverings also are a great solution to finish your home theater or recording studio. Acoustically transparent fabrics can cover speakers and acoustic treatments in your theater or recording studio to enhance performance and create a custom finish. Cinergy is an expert in building state-of-the-art home theaters.