"...the aesthetics have been great and definitely helped us sell the solution as not just acoustic but interesting, quality artwork panels."

 
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Sean Beresford-Evans, Director, Inside Office
www.insideoffice.co.uk


Q1. In your experience, do acoustic treatments make a difference?

They definitely have a positive effect on the space, lots of absorptive materials and fabric always helps in whatever format.


Q2. Do you think a well-designed acoustic scheme makes people more productive?

The fact that employees working environment is being considered and Iā€™m sure that goes even further to help improve the space albeit perhaps psychologically.


Q3. Is aesthetics important i.e. how they look?

Whenever we have used good quality acoustic panels the aesthetics have been great and definitely helped us sell the solution as not just acoustic but interesting, quality artwork panels.


Q4. What do you think the future of acoustics will look like?

I think furniture and fit out manufacturers will take more notice of the after-market sales and build solutions into their offering at the point of sale. All good for the working environment.