Leading provider of cloud-based connectivity software LogMeIn opened their new international headquarters in the heart of Dublin’s Silicon Docks earlier this year. The 40,000sqft facility will support the company’s objective to increase employment both in Ireland and worldwide over the next 5 years.
Working with an initial design concept from FKM architects, SAS International developed a hybrid ceiling based on their existing SAS500 offering. This tailor-made system was formed to incorporate the intricate design pattern while maintaining the systems stability.
Occupying the east wing of the reflector building, LogMeIn’s new home epitomises modern architecture and design. With expansive open space, semi-exposed soffits and shared working areas, this new office promotes a modern working environment.
Without the appropriate acoustic treatment, offices can become uncomfortably noisy and distracting, this in turn affects productivity. Sound absorption is an important factor to consider when selecting materials for your ceiling. A combination of perforated metal panels and acoustic pads effectively absorb any unwanted sound. The baffles installed in LogMeIn are perforated with a 1522 perforation, incorporate an acoustic backing pad and are finished in a Calm White RAL 9003 shade. Chosen for its superb acoustic properties, this bespoke baffle solution offers an eye-catching and unique ceiling.
The bold designs envisioned by the architects posed a challenge for the design team within SAS to find a suitable system that could achieve this standout design aesthetic while remaining functional.
While working in collaboration with architects FKM and contractors Streamline Partitions and Ceilings Ltd, SAS realised the design brief and delivered an outstanding project. The bespoke linear system is a unique feature of the office and lends itself to SAS’ design and manufacturing capability to take on complex and challenging designs.
Streamline Partitions and Ceilings Ltd