Retail face-lift for St Enoch’s with fabric acoustic ceiling

St Enoch’s Shopping Centre in the heart of Glasgow has just under gone a face-lift. The atrium area and food court have been dressed with a colourful, suspended fabric acoustic ceiling, covering over 1000 square meters.

These fabric acoustic ceiling ‘sails’ replace some rather tired and ineffectual window treatments that proved inadequate, both visually and acoustically, and did little to reduce glare through the glass atrium roof.

The new design incorporates an effective integral lighting system and gives the centre a completely new look and feel.

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A bespoke hyper system for elegant open-air dining preserving views of the course and allowing customers continued enjoyment of the races.

A 240sqm wave-shaped fabric ceiling was designed to create a smooth and undulating surface with atmospheric up-lighters.