Acoustics and interiors
There are many applications of glass fiber reinforced concrete GRC (GFRC). It is ideally suited as a base, and then a finishing element at work both inside and outside buildings. Due to its high density, surface design possibilities and the outstanding plasticity of the material, we can be sure that it meet expectations in the role of walls, linings, acoustic screens (external and internal). Freedom in shaping means that the designers can realize their most daring and non-conformist assumptions and plans; transforming a concert hall, congress object or auditorium into an artistic and aesthetic architectural masterpiece. Reinforced concrete GRC (GFRC) is a sound-absorbing material, that’s why it is so popular in creating spaces where acoustics plays an important, if not the most important role, and acoustic functions must not be subordinated to architecture ones or vice versa. GRC (GFRC) – there is no need for trade-offs between acoustics and architecture. It is easy to work with, and can be transported to any place without any problems. GRC wall panels can be used to create an acoustic courtains, both road and rail, we can be sure that the level of aesthetics and beauty will only increase.