We are experienced working on the variety of spaces K-12 schools present, from the large, open cafeterias and gymnasiums to the smaller classrooms. In each project we work closely with the architect and interior designer to deliver an acoustic solution that enhances the existing space and draws visual attention.

Upstairs locker area

Julian S. Carr Building — Durham School of the Arts

At the Durham School of the Arts, we worked with Louis Cherry and his staff in the Raleigh office of┬áRatio Architects to accommodate a healthy learning environment in the Julian S. Carr Building in Durham. We installed acoustical wall panels along the hallways to cut down on noise reverberation. The panels are also designed to […]


Kingswood Elementary

When it comes to noise control, large open spaces need careful attention – especially those in schools. In Kingswood Elementary School’s case, the architects, Davis-Kane Architects, wanted to give the students and staff a cafeteria that went beyond boring design and solid colors. Using acoustical wall panels and custom-built baffles, we created a unique design […]


Aldert Root Elementary

Noisy stairwells and hallways can be distracting to those students still in class. Aldert Root Elementary School needed a practical solution to control noise in the stairwells and to bring character to the otherwise drab spaces. For this project, we used acoustically transparent fabric and screen-printing to provide a unique design element for the space […]