[Libs-Or] Acoustic treatments?

Perry Stokes director at bakerlib.org
Thu Nov 8 14:07:11 PST 2018


I don't know how effective they are, but geometric designs of acoustic panel
like this look great.

https://www.baux.se/patterns/ 

https://www.thegreendesigncenter.com/product/kirei-echopanel/ 

 

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From: Libs-Or <libs-or-bounces at listsmart.osl.state.or.us> On Behalf Of Suzy
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Hi Kirsten,

My library hasn't used this product, but homasote is a sound reducer that
can be installed as a free standing divider or used as a bulletin board on a
wall. It can be painted as well. I have made "T" shaped free standing walls
with each wall about 4' x 8' for displaying artwork or notices. You can
learn more about the product here: http://www.homasote.com/

 

Good Luck,

Suzy

 

Suzy Coleman

Access Services Supervisor | Tualatin Public Library

18878 SW Martinazzi Ave

Tualatin, OR 97062

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Subject: [Libs-Or] Acoustic treatments?

 

I'm curious if any of you have had success with incorporating acoustic
treatments after the fact into your libraries? My library is frequently
named the Loudest Library on the Coast by patrons, and it's not ALL because
I have super loud staff members -- the architecture around our front desk
tends to amplify noise rather badly. I am looking into whether there is a
way we could add acoustic panels or something to deaden some of the echoes
and address some of the noise issues.

 



 

 

Kirsten Brodbeck-Kenney, MLIS

LIBRARY DIRECTOR

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