The Carpet Concept Acoustic System, CAS, has become a comprehensive aesthetic and functional spatial concept.
The Carpet Concept Acoustic System, CAS, has become a comprehensive aesthetic and functional spatial concept. CAS Carpets transform floors into acoustic performers for outstanding spatial comfort. CAS Objects consolidate that acoustic effectiveness with three-dimensional designs for walls, ceilings and spaces. Their tested quality and textile expressiveness set new standards in furnishings.
CAS Objects, Design: Carsten Gollnick, are high-performance sound-absorbing panels for walls, ceilings and room dividers. They are acoustically effective, long-lasting, aesthetic additions to spaces. Specially developed materials and constructions efficiently reduce the effect of sound. In sonic testing, the 70-centimeter grid was determined to be of optimum acoustic relevance. Select materials emphasize and accentuate the interior.
The forms of CAS Objects illustrate their function: They absorb sound. Shapes and gaps, differences in height and slanting positions, the geometry of straights and curves define the repertoire. The range consists of cubic and slanting forms each in three depths and widths as well as free forms and inspiring variants. These result in areas in modest structures, tailored to the particular room.
Büro Blank, Berlin