Lecture Hall Acoustic Design – Royal Society of Medicine
Perforated Acoustic Oak Panels
The lecture hall acoustic design at the Royal Society of Medicine in London is cladded with Gustafs Panel Systems. The lecture hall consists of a mix of Gustafs plain wooden panels in oak and Gustafs Acoustic panels in oak veneer and perforated with PH8 perforation.
The 300 seat auditorium was part of the £14m bi-centenary redevelopment of the Royal Society of Medicine in Wimpole Street, London which also included a renovation of the library and entrance atrium.
Gustafs together with LSA Projects have supplied the wall cladding to this project.
Architect: MJS Architect
Installer: Crisp Interiors