Salquin Saal – Lucerne School of Music
Wall and ceiling panelling at the Salquin Saal at the Lucerne School of Music
Manufacture and soundproof mounting of the wall and ceiling elements
The ceiling and wall panelling is finished in varnished, lacquered beech
Assembly at a dizzying height
For acoustic reasons, we had to use very heavy materials. This meant all wall elements had to be mounted using special cranes with vacuum suction cups.
With the new Campus Südpol building, the Lucerne School of Music is getting a modern workplace and education building equipped for a wide range of uses and a chamber music hall that sets new standards in terms of acoustics and sound experience.
Amount of material we used.
Height of the ceiling assembly.
Maximum weight of the individual elements.
“A concert hall places high demands on the acoustics and therefore on the construction techniques and materials used.”
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