Monthly Archives: September 2012

Fellert Even Better Silk at Msheireb Downtown Doha, Qatar

28 September 2012 | Category: Things happens, Government, city & town halls

Fellert has just made an agreement with the Korean contractor Hyundai and its subcontractor InterID for the supply of approximately 15 000 m2 of Fellert Even Better Silk for the first phase of the 31 hectare spread Msheireb Downtown Doha, Qatar, also known as Heart of Doha.                 […]

Life goes on in the echo street

20 September 2012 | Category: The incomparable Fellert humor

What do you do once you get fed up with all the noise and traffic that goes on and on, night and day. Someone in Finland with the slightly amusing  street name Kaikukatu (echo-street in English) came up with quite a brilliant solution. just watch this:      

Fellert at the State Mosque in Doha

13 September 2012 | Category: Spiritual places, churches & temples, How does it really work

The acoustical consultant Soliflex recently published this Youtube clip regarding their work, including Fellert at the State Mosque in Doha.                           click here    Previous post on the State Mosque: http://www.fellert.com/blog/2012/03/09/the-state-mosque-in-doha-qatar/      

Fellert at restaurang Vapiano in Oslo

7 September 2012 | Category: Restaurants, lounges & clubs

Look at this nice Even Better Sahara installation of Fellert at restaurang Vapiano in Oslo. The installation is just about to be handed over, but when the photos were taken, the contractor Bygg & Akustikmontage were just doing the final adjustments.  

Fellert Even Better Secern at ABN Kvartalet in Oslo

3 September 2012 | Category: Residences, houses & apartments, Great Sound, Good Looks, Great Sound, Good Looks, Great Sound, Good Looks, Great Sound, Great Sound, Good Looks

Here are some pictures from the recently finished installation of Fellert Even Better Secern at ABN Kvartalet in Oslo. An Even Better Secern installation like this will give you a Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) of 0,9, which means that the ceiling will absorb in average 90% of all the sound energy that hits its surface. […]