National University of Ireland - Maynooth College
Maynooth College has been a place of learning for more than two centuries, with 8000 students having registered lately in the various disciplines of the research, teaching or service institutions. A new facility is the restaurant designed for 800 students and offering functional space. The two-storey building has a mezzanine which can cater to another 800 students. The architects were keen to come up with a design that creates a bright and pleasant atmosphere, with noise reduction also playing a part.
For this purpose, the architects Coady decided on Vogl’s acoustic design ceilings. Their open and breezy design provides the high rate of sound absorption required for this building. This system convinces both architects and designers who opt for a unique ceiling system that allows quick and economical installation. The access panels permit access to the ceiling void while ensuring a homogeneous ceiling appearance.
Ceiling systems by Vogl comprise a wide range of acoustic design panels that are suitable for many applications and affordable for every budget.
Client: National University of Ireland - Maynooth College
Architect: Coady Partnership Architects
Master engineering office: Punch Consulting Engineers
General contractor: MDY Construction Ltd