BASWA Acoustic plaster for your Home
Why Install Acoustic Plaster in your home?
Increase wellbeing with great acoustics
BASWA acoustic solutions reduce reverberation time, replacing ambient noise and echo with a pleasant environment which promotes family life, learning, work and general health. BASWA’s high performance acoustic solutions are fully customisable to seamlessly blend into your home, and with an A+ interior emissions rating you can be sure it’s 100% safe. In addition to BASWA Phon and BASWA Natural, BASWA Cool is also suitable for your home. BASWA Cool combines non-visible heating & cooling with excellent sound absorption.
Improving room acoustics
Room acoustics are as important as natural light. We can tangibly minimise stress and increase well-being at home. Finally enjoy having dinner with friends and family, and become more productive learning or working in the home office.
BASWA can be installed anywhere in your home. In addition to the living room, kitchen diner or hall, indoor pools and spa areas are also possible. Covered external areas such as balcony soffits may also be treated, reducing reflected noise.
Architecture for all senses
Architecture is commonly associated with aesthetic, recognisable, artistic, representative buildings. One thing is always in the foreground: the sense of sight. Because we perceive visually whether a building is aesthetic, representative or recognisable. The people who spend time in it perceive the rooms with all their senses. It makes no difference whether you perceive the room consciously or unconsciously, because you cannot resist the effect of a room.
In recent years, acoustics have seldom been an issue that architects have sought to address in their planning. Sound and noise were components of a room and only a few architecture offices included this factor. Although rooms were designed with the premise that residents, guests, customers, staff or employees should feel comfortable in them, room acoustics were not considered to be a part of well-being.
However, with the growing knowledge gained from research in the field of acoustics, one thing has become more than obvious: reduced sound not only contributes to well-being, but also to health. This means that architecture plays a key role: not only does it protect people inside the building from outside influences, but it also contributes to the health of the people who spend time there.