This acoustic ceiling system based on the play of intersections keeps things regular with two planes intersecting at right angles. The angles of ARO Grid 1 activate the ceiling with light and shadow, allowing the ceiling grid to quietly disappear. Play with colors, custom heights, and other ARO Grid designs to create a unique landscape of sound softening pattern across the ceiling.
Designer Architecture Research Office
Content Akustika 10
Size 2’-0” x 2’-0” x 1’-0” (61 x 61 x 30.5 cm)
Color Options 1-Color or 2-Color per ceiling
Custom Custom heights between 6 and 11 inches (15.2 x 27.9 cm) are available and must be quoted
Lead Time Made to order and certain lead times will apply
Installation ARO Grid modules fit in standard 2x2 ACT suspended ceiling grid. Refer to installation instructions for complete guidance.
Maintenance Vacuum occasionally to remove general air-borne debris. Should soiling occur, spot clean with mild soap and lukewarm water.
Variation Color variation is evidence of the manufacturing process of the material. Product color is only indicative, as it is not possible to assure consistency of color due to the deliberate mixture of colors in the dyed fibers. Color matching cannot be guaranteed on shipments and variation will be more pronounced beyond the normal commercial range.
Environmental 100% recyclable, contains no formaldehyde, 100% VOC free, no chemical irritants, and free of harmful substances
Architecture Research Office
Founded in 1993, Architecture Research Office is led by Stephen Cassell, Kim Yao and Adam Yarinsky. ARO has earned a reputation for elegant, innovative and imaginative architecture born out of relentless exploration and engagement. Through investigation, analysis, and testing, Architecture Research Office creates designs that unite the conceptual and the pragmatic within a strong, compelling vision. This research-driven process enables the firm to operate on a wide variety of projects spanning strategic planning, architecture and urban design, and to craft elegant solutions to seemingly intractable problems.