The National Army Museum contacted Respace for an inconspicuous acoustic solution for their show room.
The National Army Museum in Chelsea, London has recently launched a new exhibition. The Conflicts of Interest exhibition explores the last three deceased of movement and roles within the British army.
The installation had nine areas, these all had unique AV installations. When the room and the AV installations were active the acoustics were unbearable. This caused discomfort to both the staff and customers.
Respace were asked to create an acoustic solution that would be inconspicuous in the black ceiling above. ReSpace installed Ecophon Master Solo Rafts. The rafts were then spray painted black by a specialist company to match the ceiling.
The installation resulted in a far lower reverberation time within a room that has no soft furnishings. Both the staff and customers can now use this room comfortably.