Acoustic Luminaire p.quiet

In cooperation with the Tyrolean company Organoid Technologies a unique acoustic luminaire was created - p.quiet. With organoid surfaces (or on demand in straight light grey) a special atmosphere comes up by this connection of sound absorption and technical lighting by planlicht. 

p.quiet - the acoustic luminaire from the Tyrol

Organoid Surfaces

p.quiet with light acoustic module. Squareextruded aluminium housing with integrated acoustical absorption for regulation of reverberation time, available in 3 organoid types and standard surface in light grey.
High acoustic absorption (Class A, αw 0,90; EN ISO 354), Organoide® coating and light- from Tirol!

p.quiet is available as pendant (direct/indirect) and recessed mounted LED luminaire. The housing colors are anodised aluminium or powder coated black or white. It offers various technical possibilities: 3000K or 4000K, satined or microprismatic cover, DALI dimmable or non-dim.

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Acoustic figures

Sound Absorber Class A

 

Absorber Panel

wood-based sheet material 16 mm, acoustic perforation, wall distance 0 mm, acoustic dumping 50 mm (recessed), 80mm (pendant).

Sound Absorber Class A
alpha(w) 0,90 (according to EN ISO 354)

Carrier panel: wood based material MDF E1
Acoustic processing: invisible perforation, ca. 48% open cross-section
Variants: other surfaces and sizes on request

Wildspitze

[vɪltʃpɪtsə]

“The multi-layered scent with its light sweetness resembling honey hints at the vulnerability of the high-alpine nature, but also the freshness and coolness of the near glaciers.” Thomas Bluth

High atop the hillsides of the Wildspitze, the highest mountain of Tirol, the fine alpine grasses are cut by hand at an altitude of 1,700 m above sea level, before being dried in the traditional way for several days in the sun. In addition to diverse grasses and mountain herbs, the mixture also includes arnica and daisies.

Wollä

[ˈvɔlæ]

“The clean freshness and the warm security of the fine wool inspire all senses like spring.” Thomas Bluth

The wool from Tirol mountain sheep is washed and prepared carefully with machines nearly 100 years old, where the machines are driven by the power of a mountain stream via leather belts. This tradition is continued with the extensive manual work for assembly of the wool fleeces.

Mous

[ˈməʊz]

moss coloured green