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Every office is as individual is its user. Yet modern architecture, with ambitious design principles, clear, minimalist structure, reverberant walls, open spaces and extensive use of glass, is setting challenges in acoustics. Livable office architecture requires good acoustic design. Because if the amount of noise exceeds a tolerable level, employees‘ ability to concentrate and perform in the workplace is decreased. This can, in the worst cases, lead to a direct effect on body and soul. As a result, it is important to identify noise sources such as computers, printers, photocopiers and fax machines as well as conversations between colleagues, telephones and telephone calls and then to minimize the disturbing influence on the surroundings. Ceilings and walls provide the largest area of free surface in a room for sound-absorbing measures. The pinta BALANCE ceiling cloud can be individually tailored to the requirements of your room: With flexible formats, high acoustic effectiveness even with low suspension heights and a timeless design it blends seamlessly into your office environment.