The silentUNIT acoustic module does not necessarily need to be connected to the ceiling. Again and again we come across projects that do not allow ceiling-high installation. Industrial wastelands are transformed into highly attractive lofts. Modern, light-flooded office areas are created. Architecturally highly interesting and at the same time acoustically often very problematic. The acoustic module would solve many problems, but it cannot be connected to the ceiling. This is exactly where the self-supporting version of the silentUNIT resting module was created. A traverse gives the wall sections the necessary support. Room structures are created that are independent of the building.
As a networking room element, in the truest sense of the word, the traverse of the acoustic module constructively connects only glass walls and high-performance absorbers. The cross beam provides the necessary support for the wall sections. Resting modules can stand freely in the room. They do not require any connection to the ceiling. Room structures can be developed completely independently of structural constraints. Rooms can be optimally designed acoustically and functionally.
At the same time, the traverse of the acoustic module offers new ways of electrification. Cable harnesses, power and data lines can be fed in and routed to the workplace via the truss network. This enables the spacious use of loft/office space even without a raised floor. Workstations can also be supplied in the depth of the room. This is the only way to use deep areas economically.