Acoustic Roller Banner

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Community Centre Unterföhring
Germany

 

Description

  • Multi purpose use of the community centre of the famous German media city Unterföhring with the aid of the acoustic roller banner G-SORBER.
  • Manufacture and installation of four G-SORBER systems in order to control the reverberation times in the parish hall.  
  • Dimensions of the systems: 1 roller banner with a size of 4.4 x 3.8 m (14 x 12 ft); 2 roller banners each with a size of 3.3 x 6.4 m (11 x 21 ft); 1 roller banner with a size of 3.0 x 3.8 m (10 x 12 ft).
  • Double layers made from inherently flame retardant acoustic textile ABSORBER CS; seamless manufactured.

 

Client

  • Community Unterföhring


Location

  • Unterföhring / Germany
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St Georgen Church
Wismar / Germany

 

Description

  • Multi purpose use of the venue with the aid of the acoustic roller banner G-SORBER.
  • Manufacture and installation of six G-SORBER systems in order to control the reverberation times in St Georgen Church.
  • Dimensions of the systems: 4 roller banners each with a size of 4.5 x 8.5 m (14'8" x 27'9"); 2 roller banners each with a size of 8.8 x 8.5 m ( 28'9" x 27'9").
  • Double layers made from inherently flame retardant acoustic textile ABSORBER CS.
  • Effective solution without spoiling the aesthetic appearance of St Georgen Church.

 

Client

  • City of Wismar

 

Location

  • Wismar / Germany
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Elbphilharmonie
Hamburg / Germany


Description

  • Small Hall: Manufacture and installation of 52 G-SORBER systems; banners are lowered from the ceiling and can be driven completely into the ceiling when not in use; up to 1,70 m (5'6") wide and 6,50 m (21'3") high; layers made from acoustic fabric ABSORBER CS.
  • Great Hall: Gerriets presents a brand-new acoustic technology; manufacture and installation of  81 banners; the acoustic roller banners are not lowered from the ceiling, but rise up from the parquet floor and can be completely lowered into the floor, creating a flush surface; 3,00 m (9'8") wide and 2,6 m (8'5") high; layers made from an highly absorbent and extremely hard-wearing textile.

 

General contractor

  • HOCHTIEF Aktiengesellschaft

 

Architect

  • Herzog & de Meuron

 

Client

  • Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
 

Location

  • Hamburg / Germany