Pacy & Wheatley were appointed by Kingsley Napley to install a Rockfon Acoustic plaster system at their London based offices.

Over six years ago, law firm Kingsley Napley considered consolidating its three Clerkenwell offices into a single building. Once the decision was made to move, Kingsley Napley collaborated with design specialists KKS Savills and Overbury fit out and refurbishment, along with BPC interiors as subcontractor, to create an environment which would help enable the company to flourish and meet its aspirations for recruitment, retention and growth. Fast-forward to 2021 and the firm occupies six floors at Twenty Bonhill, Shoreditch.

Within the large reception areas, acoustical comfort was identified as an issue due to the size and the hard surfaces within the space. They required a system to control the reverberation within the space creating a seamless smooth appearance that incorporates their services and creative lighting design with ease whilst not detracting from the prestigious and exacting project.

KKS Savills Associate Director and Senior Designer Paul Butterworth said: “Rockfon Mono was chosen for its appearance but also for its ability to mitigate against the unwanted sound generated by hard surfaces. It delivered clean lines while successfully hiding the services above. We are so pleased to have discovered this beautiful, fabulous product!”

The project was completed on time and to budget for the client.