Bath University


AAS supplied a unique design of Oak veneered absorbent rafts in the open areas of the new East South building at Bath University. The slotted rafts were hung on wire fixings and created a suspended ceiling effect whilst reducing the reverberation time.

Working with the main contractor Bouygues and the architect’s Fielden Clegg Bradley to design this innovative solution to reducing the reverberation time in the large open areas and corridors incorporating all the lighting into the rafts.

Key Facts

Contractor Bouygues
Value £130,000
Architect Fielden Clegg Bradley
Product Slotted Acoustic Panels and Slatted Timber Solutions