Acoustic metal ceiling tiles
Hunter Douglas metal curved ceilings are ideal for projects where designers are looking to create arches and multilevel designs. Curved ceilings can be constructed from curved aluminium and steel panels or curved carriers, which allow for convex, concave or undulating designs. Just like our standard metal ceiling systems they are fitted on the same suspension system, which allow for an easy transition from straight to curved panels. We offer three varieties of our curved metal ceilings. - Wide Panel 300C - 300 mm wide by up to 6000 mm in length.. - 84R - 84mm wide round edged panels by up to 6000 mm in length. - Curved carrier system - created from straight panels but the suspension allows them to appear curved. Just like our standard metal panels they can be made up in a variety of colours, sizes and finishes.
Hunter Douglas interior metal ceilings are available in a wide range of standard colours and RAL colours. We also supply a special range of finishes and colours for bespoke projects.
The Curved ceilings are suitable for all wide range of building sectors including Corporate, Transport (airports, metro, bus & train stations) Retail, Leisure, Public space, Hospitality, Healthcare, Education and Residential.
Curved metal ceilings are the perfect way to create arches and multilevel designs. Panels up to six meters in length let you define spaces large and small. With excellent acoustic properties and a variety of colours, finishes and curved options, these ceilings might just be the wave of the future.
- Curved carriers, allowing concave or convex or undulating ceilings, providing visual effects and the practical accommodation of varying heights
- Standard product and production process, provide for an extremely cost effective curved metal ceiling solution
- Long and narrow or wide panel ceilings, length made to measure up to 6000 mm, allowing swift installation and reducing the need for joints to a minimum.
Closed or open ceiling surface, using a concealed carrier suspension system, allowing the chosen carrier curve to determine the appearance of the ceiling