Stretch Ceilings

Institutional Investors

Institutional Investors

Ted Moudis Associates designed the offices for financial research and data company Euromoney Institutional Investor, located in New York City, New York. Design Strategies provided all of the non-gypsum ceilings on the project, from custom gray AURA panels in the corridors to white ACT in the offices and stretched Newmat in the conference rooms.

85 Broad Street

85 Broad Street

MetLife sought to reposition this basement cafeteria as an amenity space that felt open and expansive despite having no natural light. The ceiling height was just 8’6”, so a mirrored metal ceiling was used to make the space appear larger than it actually is. Design Strategies and Accent Ceilings provided a stainless steel mirror panel system that intentionally distorts the imaging while providing butt-jointed metal panels that are fully 100% accessible. Newmat provided stretched membrane light boxes that give the space a soft, diffuse ambiance.

605 3rd Avenue Lobby

605 3rd Avenue Lobby

A lobby is a transitional environment between the city and the office, a brief reprieve from the bustle of the street and the work that lies ahead. The design straddles the line between corporate restraint and contemporary culture to create a playful, bold identity for 605 Third Avenue in Manhattan.

Newmat and Design Strategies created the beautiful light-boxes located throughout the main lobby and elevator halls. The fusion of light with the magnificent brass paneling achieved an aesthetic of elegance and beauty that Rockwell Group sought to create.

Biotronik

Biotronik

Biotronik, a global leader in cardio and endovascular medical technology, last year opened a state-of-the-art training facility and innovation center in New York City. 

Sleek glass office fronts and polished concrete made the acoustical performance of the Sky Acoustic ceiling system critical to this office and training space. Luminous ceilings, saw-tooth acoustical elements, and smooth custom-colored acoustical ceilings complimented this high-tech space.

Queens Museum of Art

Queens Museum of Art

The design of this newly renovated museum, which is located on the former site of two World's Fairs, required a 105,000 square foot interior with room for an expanded permanent collection of art and culture, spacious temporary galleries, and expanded educational and public events spaces. To provide the perfect lighting and acoustical treatment for this huge space, Grimshaw chose Design Strategies to install approximately 27,000 square feet of ceilings using ACM15/white matte micro-perforated membranes with custom ghost perimeter rails curved where necessary and 1"- 6lb. density acoustical insulation backing. Also installed were 110 custom fabricated ceiling panels/baffles with concealed perimeter angle (approximately 3,000 square feet total) using ACM15/white matte micro-perforated membranes to create the perfect balance between light blocking and light reflecting in the skylight areas. The overall effect is that of an enormous, light-filled atrium with the look and feel of a beautiful and exciting community commons.

Washington University

Washington University

The challenge faced on the Washington University Project was to acoustically treat the ceiling without obscuring the view through the large glass ceiling. Newmat’s NewLight T8/Crystal membrane, with its patented micro-perforated technology, provided just the right amount of sound absorption to transform the space into a great gathering area and events room. The NewLight T8/Crystal membrane was stretched onto 245 custom-fabricated aluminum frames that were suspended approximately 6” below the glass and held in place with torsion springs. The suspended frames provided the right amount of airspace to achieve the desired acoustic results while also allowing easy removal for cleaning.