Armstrong Ceilings & Wall Solutions

Ceiling Solution

The most common complaint of occupants in open or exposed structure design is noise. Smooth textured Lyra PB Direct-Apply panels both offer architects, designers and owners a cost-effective way to reduce unwanted sound in exposed structure spaces, including both new construction and retrofit applications. The Lyra PB Direct-Apply ceiling and wall panels from Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions can be installed directly to deck and wall surfaces with recommended ceiling adhesive. The product offers easy adhesive installation, a variety of design options and excellent sound absorption.

More

Geometric Flexibility

Giving architects the creative flexibility to add 2D and 3D geometric shapes and perimeter panels to their ceiling designs, MetalWorks Torsion Spring Shapes are offered in triangles, parallelograms, trapezoids and hexagons in four standard colors. Easily installing on a slotted 15/16-in. suspension system in a standard grid layout, the panels are available in both non-perforated and perforated acoustical options. When backed with acoustical fleece, a standard perforation provides a Noise Reduction Coefficient of 0.70.

More

Monolithic Surface

Without the perforations typically found on acoustic vceilings, ACOUSTIBuilt features a seamless and smooth monolithic surface. The high-performing product offers an absorbing Noise Reduction Coefficient of up to 0.70, and a high Ceiling Attenuation Class of up to 48, preventing sound from entering adjacent spaces. Easier and less expensive to install than acoustical plaster, the panels can be finished similar to traditional drywall ceilings.

More

Sustainable Panels

The only acoustical ceiling and wall panel to achieve International Living Future Institute’s Living Product Challenge certification, Tectum panels are ideal for heavy-use interiors and can be installed directly on wall and ceiling surfaces, including masonry, drywall and wood. Available as lay-in panels, blades, baffles and more, the product offers a Noise Reduction Coefficient of up to 1.0, making it ideal for retrofit applications in open areas and exposed structure spaces.

More
Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, Calif.

Casino Lobby Maintains Design

Pechanga Resort & Casino has undergone a major expansion that nearly doubled the size of the existing lobby and registration area. To maintain continuity of design with the existing lobby, the design team chose a custom linear metal ceiling in a wood-look finish. The growing popularity of the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, Calif., triggered a major expansion that nearly doubled the size of the existing lobby and registration area.When designing the new addition, which features a glass atrium that streams daylight into the expanded lobby, the design team from Klai Juba Wald Interiors, of Las Vegas, was charged with incorporating some of the existing feature elements into t

More

Standard Shapes now Available

Formerly available only in custom shapes and sizes, WoodWorks Shapes for DESIGNFlex by Armstrong Ceilings are now available in standard 45-degree and 60-degree triangles, parallelograms and trapezoids, offering wood look without custom lead times. Available in 13 standard real wood veneer finishes, WoodWorks Shapes Tegular ceiling panels have been seismically tested for installation with a heavy-duty Suprafine XM suspension system. An online DESIGNFlex Pattern Gallery features a variety of pre-designed patterns that can be created using different WoodWorks Shapes ceiling panels and finishes. 

More

Center Cut Panels bring Drywall Look to Suspended Ceiling Application

The look of timeless drywall ceilings in a suspended ceiling system is possible with Armstrong’s Center Cut panels. Designed to seamlessly integrate with trimless downlights, the panels feature a monolithic look with crisp, integrated lighting and pre-cut downlight opening available for USAI Lighting’s BeveLED Mini and BeveLED 2.2 square or round lights. They also boast the added benefits of accessibility and acoustical performance, fast and easy installation, and no on-site panel cuts needed. All panels are available in square lay-in and rectangular versions and are offered in four of Armstrong product lines, including Calla, Ultima, Lyra PB and Optima PB.

More

Soul Ceilings

MetalWorks Create! Custom Perforations from Armstrong transform images onto metal panels, offering a unique visual with acoustical performance. The new custom perforation capability is available across a wide range of MetalWorks ceiling and wall systems. The custom-perforated panels are available in standard Whitelume, Silverlume, and Gun Metal colors, and are part of the Sustain portfolio of ceiling products. The custom-perforated panels can achieve a Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) of up to 0.90. 

More

Reinventing the Ceiling Plane

Personalized ceiling designs are now just a box away with DESIGNflex Ceiling Systems by Armstrong: a ceiling system that allows architects and designers the freedom to mix and match different panel shapes, sizes, colors and textures all in one ceiling. Its shapes include triangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, squares and rectangles, as well as made-to-order sizes. A new online DESIGNFlex Pattern gallery features dozens of patterns and inspiring color palettes, as well as details about panels, suspension systems, trim, accessories and suggestions for integrating lighting and diffusers.

More
Entry Lobby, Smart Space, Brooklyn, NY

A Living Office

Before it evolved into what it is today, the owners of Smart Space, Hampshire Properties, had a co-working office space problem. “It was lacking in the area, because rent space was so high,” says architect Howard Davis.Recognizing this issue, the company came up with the idea of transforming its property into a shared co-working facility, especially since the space adjacent to them was available and located in a place perfect for drawing people in. “They offer space for every budget: single seats, or small to large offices.”The latter, says Davis, is determined by flexible partition walls that expand or divide space based on demand. “The idea was to create a uni

More