Text: Matt Carey – Photo: Marianne Lind
Located near the river in Trondheim’s trendy ‘Solsiden’, Selma is a contemporary styled restaurant, serving organic pizzas baked in wood-fired ovens, with locally brewed beer. As the architects wanted to create a natural feeling within the space, they used BAUX acoustic panels to create an attractive environment perfect for comfortable table conversation.
An additional benefit of wood wool panels is that they are able to regulate temperature – this helped to balance the heat generated by the ovens. The restaurant is a very popular spot to eat, meet and relax with friends and family.
BAUX acoustic products are water resistant and balance humidity – ideal for restaurants and kitchens as it helps to create a pleasant indoor climate.
No one wants to eat in a quiet restaurant, but too much noise and you have a problem. Hard surfaces such as hardwood, drywall and glass cause high levels of background noise. Acoustic panels create a quieter environment for customers and staff.
Wood wool naturally absorbs heat from the air, which helps to lowers indoor temperatures. The heat is then released when the ambient temperature drops, creating a stable indoor climate. BAUX panels and tiles are also type 1 fireproof approved.