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Armstrong ceilings come up with more (books of) ideas

Leading interior solutions provider Armstrong Ceilings has taken a monolithic approach to its 12th Book of Ideas.

The latest in an innovative series of interactive themed presentations, that are believed to be unique in the market place, focuses on how the manufacturer’s monolithic ceilings contribute towards the sustainable, acoustic and visual comfort of a space by using special edge details or large ceiling module solutions.

The website facility, http://www.armstrong-ceilings.co.uk/commclgeu/eu1/uk/gb/book_of_ideas.html, showcases a number of European projects using 3D animations.

These illustrate, for example, how to use Armstrong’s Vector edge to virtually conceal the grid, enabling a monolithic ceiling that also guarantees full access to the plenum. The crisp, clean detailing of the edge, which was designed in response to architects’ and specifiers’ requirements, reduces the visible width of the grid to form a plain, smooth ceiling that looks as if it is freely suspended from wall to wall.

The 3D animations also illustrate how to use large board edge ceiling modules to create a monolithic finish, and how, using Armstrong’s Tech Zone - a unique solution to design contemporary, technical zones with the guaranteed integration of market-leading service elements - to integrate continuous technical features for a clean visual.

Last but not least, the Book of Ideas illustrates how to use Armstrong’s designer grid to create a design feature with a thinner, reveal effect.

Previous Armstrong Books of Ideas have focussed on innovative solutions, environmentally-friendly options, acoustics, well-being in the workplace and the company’s extensive range of canopy systems.

Armstrong World Industries Ltd.
Building Products Division
Armstrong House, 38 Market Square
Uxbridge UB8 1NG
United Kingdom

www.armstrong-ceilings.co.uk

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