UsePrints or CNC milled designs on Troldtekt® acoustic ceiling and wall panels
ApplicationsSchools & educational buildings, cultural institutions, kindergartens & day care centers, office buildings & shops, private homes & housing, sport facilities, hotels & restaurants, health & care institutions
CharacteristicsGraphic designs transferred to Troldtekt acoustic panels through printing technology, available in a specially designed aluminium frame, personalized or standard designs: unlimited options
The characteristic surface of the Troldtekt acoustic panels gives any design an exciting added dimension, and printing technology allows graphical elements and patterns to be transferred to the panels, so that even large areas can be decorated. Troldtekt decoration is available in a specially designed aluminium frame. The frame is delivered with installation brackets, making the decoration panel immediately ready for wall hanging.
Troldtekt works with artists who have provided creative designs and graphical elements for the Troldtekt decoration series. Even personal digital photos, graphical materials or paintings can be supplied – as long as the rights to copy the motif have been secured. The options are virtually unlimited.
Don't go grey
The two designers Amalie Bo and Netter Andresen have developed a series of rooms for the Music School in the Danish town of Hillerød in which they combine different materials with Troldtekt acoustic panels. Here, they use the walls as canvases for visual compositions, giving each room a unique visual look and musical tone.
Jens Christian Vestergaard
Advanced printing technology makes it possible to transfer digital images of any kind to Troldtekt acoustic panels. Jens Christian Vestergaard has created digital versions of several his paintings, so these can be transferred to Troldtekt panels.
Troldtekt and Flemming Brylle have begun working together to create art for Troldtekt acoustic panels. Using advanced printer technology, the artworks can be lithographically printed directly onto Troldtekt panels.
Aggebo & Henriksen
The two designers Mathilde Aggebo og Julie Henriksen form the dynamic designer duo "aggebo&henriksen", a highly recognised name in textile design, graphic printing and Unika Vaev weaving. The two designers have worked with large architectural firms such as Henning Larsen Architects and 3 x Nielsen.
In 2006, the duo achieved a considerable breakthrough in architecture with the much-appraised artistic decoration and colour-setting at the Tietgens College in the Ørestad district of Copenhagen, including Japanese-inspired processing of the plywood panels on the walls.
Anne Stensgaard is a trained glass-blower and therefore has an eye for shapes. She is passionate about quality products made from natural materials – especially if they have a wide appeal. She also has an ear for good acoustics. It was therefore an obvious choice to do her design and technology final project in cooperation with Troldtekt.
The project involved developing products that add sculptural and aesthetic value to a room without compromising on acoustics.