VENEERED WOOD, TILES & PLANKS
Wood veneer ceiling tiles
Hunter Douglas wood ceiling tiles are made of an MDF core covered with a wooden veneer. They fix directly onto a substructure with the use of special metal clips, which can create a closed or open joint. The natural growth patterns of each tree can be clearly seen in the veneer, including natural characteristics such as knots and outgrowth. Once the veneer is chosen, the panels will be produced according to the lay out plan to ensure a perfect fit.
Hunter Douglas offers four different demountable wood ceiling tile types - Classic, Modern, Prestige and System. They all have their own look, jointing system and advantages. Huge design variation is available between these systems but this can also be achieved through differing veneers, colours and panel finishes. There is a wide scope of perforation patterns, which can be applied to all veneered panels.
Veneered Wood Tiles & Planks are an environmental friendly building product with endless possibilities. The wood is used efficiently in the production of veneer, as modern production methods ensure that around 800-1000 m2 of veneer can be produced from 1 m3 of wood. The four demountable ceiling types - Classic, Modern, Prestige and System - all have their own look, joint and advantages. Together with the rigid suspension system, the panels are easy to install and demount if necessary. The acoustic Topline® panels are characterized by a tongue and groove connection, for a seamless surface.
●Custom panel sizes for a made to measure solution
●Very high acoustics up to alpha w 0.95
●Create a hidden, high acoustic solution with the mini micro perforation
●Topline® panels use a tongue and groove connection, creating uninterrupted surface
●Various solutions for plenum access and demounting
●Available as a ceiling and wall solution
Wood species & finishes
Choose from more than 40 veneers to create the ideal ambiance and feel. From light to dark tones, there is a veneer for each design. Standard, the panels are provided with a transparent lacquer, but if a special look is required, special varnishes, staining or paint finishes are also possible.