he room in room system vetroCUBE enables the creation of closed, soundproof and trapped rooms according to the room in room principle. These thinker cells are independent of the building structure. The space in space system stands freely on the surface and also straight at places, which are suboptimal for jobs. It can be relocated at any time. The thinker cell does not need a connection to the ventilation system of the building. It ventilates itself.
A base wreath and a ceiling wreath, as well as load-bearing walls, form the flexible framework for the thinker cell as space in space construction. A highly sound-absorbing and soundproofing system ceiling closes the room in room cell upwards. A system floor (height 50 mm) is optionally available. This offers advantages for electrification. In addition, the thinker cell no longer has to be screwed to the floor.
Doors are preferably hinged doors. This is the only way to ensure optimum sound insulation. The all-glass doors are enclosed in aluminium frames. The door leaf is 12 mm thick. The frames and door leaves are ceiling high. The room in room system achieves a sound insulation of 37 db for the entire construction, not just for individual components.
The solid walls of the room in room system are sandwich constructions. Depending on the requirements, they are covered internally and externally with corresponding functional surfaces. We offer decorative elements, whiteboard elements or even high-performance absorbers for the think tank. The glass elements of the room in room system are 12 mm LSG panes. These consist of a composite of two 6 mm thick panes, which are glued together using a transparent Phonostop film to form a pane. This gives the thinker cell a high level of sound insulation and the desired level of safety in room-in-room construction.
We rarely observe that the sound insulation of the single glazed room in room construction is not found to be good. This is simply explained by the relatively high noise level in the large room. This is never less than 45 dB. The good sound insulation of 37 dB not only ensures confidentiality. It guarantees that talking people simply cannot be heard outside in the large room. Nevertheless, we have developed the double-glazed version of the vetroCUBE for users who demand a very high degree of confidentiality.
The single glazed room in room system, as well as the double glazed thinker cell, have the glass to glass corners and the filigree profiles in common. These construction features are decisive for the light and discreet architecture of the vetroCUBE. The high degree of transparency allows the planning of the smallest rooms and still gives the user a generous impression of the room. Please bear in mind that the ASR prescribes the identification of glass surfaces. Therefore and often also for reasons of confidentiality, we offer the reduction of transparency by translucent foils or curtains.
In the event that two or more thinker cells are linked together, it is necessary to pay special attention to sound insulation from room to room. The certified sound insulation of 37 dB would probably be achieved via a simple middle wall. However, while 37 dB is a very good value in the direction of a "lively" open space, this would not be sufficient sound insulation from one "quiet room" to the other "quiet room". For exactly this reason we place two structurally independent think tanks next to each other and link them only optically. Thus we guarantee a very good acoustic decoupling of the systems. In addition to the acoustic advantage, the user retains flexibility. He can move the rooms separately at any time. On the other hand, the user also has the option of combining the rooms, i.e. creating a larger room from the two individual cubes. For this he only has to buy the corresponding fitting elements for ceiling and wall.
From time to time we are confronted with the requirement to mount units room in room WITHOUT any fastening to the building structure, i.e. also without drilling holes in the floor. On the one hand, we would like to point out here that direct attachment to the floor is what makes a ground-level entrance possible in the first place, thus ensuring barrier-free access. On the other hand, it is simply usual that room structures have to be fastened to the floor, so that this requirement usually goes hand in hand with special locations. Often it is high-quality stone floors, e.g. in a lobby, that are to be protected. Rarely are demands of the landlord and associated deconstruction costs the reason for this wish. In order to be able to react to this situation, we offer a system floor for the vetroCUBE. The construction of the vetroCUBE is built on this composite floor in the usual way, so that a self-contained unit then exists. The screw connection is made into the system base, which provides sufficient support for all other components. In addition, the floor provides cavities for the electrification to be fed into the wall elements. As it always is, this solution (2x also) also has a disadvantage. In the area of the entrance a 50 mm high threshold is created for the user. The advantage is that the floor inside the vetroCUBE can be designed as desired.