Noise is the number one employee complaint across office spaces. What are you doing about it?
Effective acoustical design may be invisible to most people, but the benefits are easy to see. Whether you’re supporting individual tasks or group interactions, acoustics has the potential to enhance the user experience. Organisations can unlock the potential of their space with a thoughtful acoustics design plan to enhance well-being—leading to healthier, engaged, and high-performing employees.
Haworth's acoustic design guide looks at noise disruption trends in our new hybrid working world, and reveals the results of in depth research into well-being, privacy and the impact on concentration. Learn the scientific basics of how sound travels, the sound absorbing coefficient, the best methods for blocking and reducing audio disturbance, and browse example applications for a variety of spaces.
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Managing noise in hybrid spaces
Focus is not easy. Sufficient space to focus is wildly elusive in most of our working lives. The workplace should not be an obstacle to getting work done. The workplace should be the best place to do our best work – and yet that is often not the case.
Spark blog article
In this special feature on acoustics, Carole Crosnier begins by examining the origins of the acoustics issue from a bird’s eye view. In Part II, Alex Przybyla summarises how today’s rating systems approach acoustics as part of a certifiably healthy workplace.
Sound absorbing panels and privacy booths
Create a quieter and more productive space with our range of acoustic solutions. We offer sound-absorbing panels and screens, private pods and more to reduce noise and improve acoustics. Browse our selection and find the perfect solution for your needs.