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Posts tagged as 'OWA'

Thu 2.4.

EVIDENCE OF GOOD TASTE: OWA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.04.2020 - Tagged as:

EVIDENCE OF GOOD TASTE: OWA
140sqm of acoustically effective surfaces were fitted with Corpus ceiling and LED elements. Picture: Guido Erbring Photography, Cologne

The award-winning Corpus acoustic element, created by star designer Hadi Teherani for OWA, enriches the interior design of a company’s in-house catering project.

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Tue 21.5.

A TOP-DOWN APPROACH: OWA’S INNOVATIVE CEILING SOLUTIONS

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.05.2019 - Tagged as:

A TOP-DOWN APPROACH: OWA'S INNOVATIVE CEILING SOLUTIONS
Reflecting the industrial style, the new RAW grey is a raw tile dyed grey and sealed with transparent acoustic varnish. It provides very good sound absorption

With its current product launch, OWA, the innovative German specialist for ceiling systems, gives architects more freedom to realise their creative visions without compromising on room acoustics.

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Mon 25.1.

Coming Full Circle

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.01.2016 - Tagged as: ,

An art-like display highlights the natural visual characteristics of – and differences between – the individual panels

An art-like display highlights the natural visual characteristics of – and differences between – the individual panels

Suspended ceilings made of mineral fibre-panels traditionally finish their life cycle on the rubbish tip. However, mineral-tile producer and market leader OWA, based in Amorbach, Germany, has developed a process for reclaiming and completely recycling old panels. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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Mon 21.9.

The Only Way is Up: OWA’s ceiling systems

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.09.2015 - Tagged as: ,

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OWA, based in the Bavarian town of Amorbach, has been developing ceiling systems since 1948; first in woodfibre, then in mineral wool. Its latest offering, the ‘OWAconsult collection’, treats the ceiling as a three-dimensional object, imbuing it with optical interest as well as acoustic smarts. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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For technical support contact Alfred Giolai The Only Way is Up: OWA’s ceiling systems