refurbish buildings of cultural value with Fellert

23 April 2012 | Category: Spiritual places, churches & temples, How does it really work, Offices, schools & libraries, Theatres, auditoriums & concert halls, Great Sound, Good Looks

Old buildings very often fails to meet up to todays standards of sound environment. At the same time you are very limited in choice of materials when you refurbish such buildings. The cultural value must be kept intact.

Imagine that you can use a ceiling and wall material with top of the line performance when it comes to sound absorption at the same time as it can be formed to copy the original design.

You will meet up to todays requirements and no one would be able to tell how you did it.

The pictures below shows one example of a very delicate refurbishing of an old building.



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