University Cultural Centre

Location
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Client
NUS

Product
Timberix 20/4

Architect
Forum Architects

Consultant
Arup Singapore Pte Ltd

Main Contractor
Gennal Industries Pte Ltd

Acoustic Contractor
Aural-Aid Pte Ltd

The National University of Singapore (NUS) is an autonomous research university in Singapore. Founded in 1905 as a medical college, it is the oldest institute of higher learning (IHL) in Singapore, as well as the largest university in the country.

The University Cultural Centre, is a world class performing arts centre that facilitates 22 student arts excellence groups in music, dance, theatre and film. The performance hall was designed to achieve an RT60 time of 1.8 – 2.5 seconds. Timberix grooved panels with grooves 20/4, and ugyen and walnut finish were installed onto the walls to achieve the reverberation time.

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Timberix Grooved 20/4
NUS Univerty Cultural Centre, Singapore
Forum Architects

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SMU-X

Location
SMU-X, Singapore

Client
Singapore Management University

Product
Timberix Microperforated V1.8/1.8/0.5 

Architect
MKPL Architects

Consultant
Construction Resources

Main Contractor
Gennal industries Pte Ltd

Acoustic Contractor
Aural-Aid Pte Ltd

Singapore Management University (SMU) expands its city campus with a five-storey green building designed to support the University’s innovative SMU-X pedagogy, as well as cultivate innovation and entrepreneurship.
 
Timberix Microperforated V1.8/1.8/0.5 were installed on the walls of the lounge rooms, collaboration spaces and staff rooms. The 0.5mm micro-holes only perceptible at short eye distance! (+/- 250 000 holes/m2) They help to attenuate low frequency sounds and help improve communication.

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Timberix Microperforated V1.8/1.8/0.5
SMU-X, Singapore
Vanguard Interiors

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