Where to implement our solutions?


Where to implement our solutions?


Open-plan offices and open spaces

Open Spaces facilitate collaborative work, save space and adapt to the flexibility and mobility requirements of companies. Nevertheless, these wall-free layouts are increasingly attracting criticism with the emergence of noise pollution.

Our solutions promote concentration, facilitate collaborative work and improve well-being in Open Space.

Co-Working spaces

Shared spaces, brainstorming factories, incubators, accelerators… Your spaces combine conviviality, collaborative work, networking and are conducive to the emergence of noise pollution.

Our solutions facilitate interactivity by creating areas of discretion suitable for activities requiring a high level of concentration.

Meeting rooms

Ensuring the confidentiality of your conversations can be difficult when the background noise is too low and when your meeting room is poorly soundproofed.

Meeting rooms are oftenly located close to busy workspaces, making your private conversations audible to everyone.

Soft Sound is a solution that will ensure the confidentiality of your conversations easily.

Waiting / Reception area

Companies in health care, law, finance, public services… When your office is adjacent to a waiting room poorly soundproofed, that makes your private conversations intelligible from the other side of the walls.

Soft Sound is a solution that will ensure the privacy of your conversations with complete simplicity.

School environment and noisy canteens

Noise pollution in schools is a problem that many teachers and school officials are trying to solve.
Daily exposure to high noise levels (estimated at 70 db) has an impact on the health of students causing fatigue, stress but also concentration problems.

The installation of luminous indicators of the sound level with DeciLED will act educationally on the behaviours to help to modify the habits of the children.

Very quiet areas

Noise and especially the feeling of being annoyed or irritated by too much noise is a subjective assessment.
This is why some rooms, such as libraries, may seem quiet to some and noisy to others.

In addition, these very quiet spaces make every noise or discussion perceptible and disturbing to its users.

Displaying an objective noise indicator and/or using sound masking techniques offer concrete solutions to promote concentration and comfort in these places.


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