Feb 16, 2019 Last Updated 2:53 PM, Feb 5, 2019

Groundbreaking acoustic barrier with Skyfold

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Skyfold, the unique, vertical-rising partitioning system from Style, has set an incredible new industry standard in soundproofing with the launch of its 59dB Rw, fully automatic acoustic moveable wall. In addition, the Skyfold range also includes the new Zenith automatic partition that is particularly relevant for locations where space is a premium.

This easy-to-operate partitioning system already stands in a class of its own, descending silently into place at the push of a button and occupying zero floor space when not required by being discreetly housed in the ceiling cavity. With the launch of an unrivalled 59dB Rw model, Skyfold has set the bar even higher.

“An automatic, moveable wall with this level of soundproofing certainly sets a new precedent,” confirms Efrem Brynin, Style’s Skyfold Product Director. “We have been the exclusive UK partner to Skyfold for 10 years now and during that time the product has continually evolved to exceed market expectations.

“But this new development is a very significant leap forward in acoustic technology and makes Skyfold the product that many architects, specifiers, contractors and end-users, have long been waiting for.”

Available in both the existing “Classic” range and a brand new “Zenith” range, Skyfold offers extensive benefits when sub-dividing space.

Skyfold is unrivalled in that it does not impact on the interior ambiance of a room when not in use as it requires no floor or wall tracks and neatly retracts, completely out of sight, into the ceiling. In fact, due to an almost limitless range of finishes, that include wood veneers, fabrics and even screen printed images, Skyfold offers enormous potential to create a visual focus when lowered into place.

“The requirement for evermore flexible space continues to be a high priority with demand soaring from companies, schools, colleges, universities, hotel and conferencing facilities and local authorities. We’re also seeing a dramatic increase in the number of architects regularly specifying this solution,” comments Brynin. “Acoustic privacy is always a critical factor in the specification criterion and we are confident that the Skyfold 59dB Rw can deliver a solution that is currently unsurpassed.”

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