Ingierstrand Bad

Restaurang Ingierstrand Bad was once the given place for spending leisure time for the residents of Oslo – a charming jewel in the Functionalism style, situated on the banks of the fjord. Over the years, both the restaurant and the surrounding area fell into disrepair. Although, after an extensive renovation and designation as a cultural landmark by the Directorate for Cultural Heritage in Norway, this restaurant was restored and once again ready to receive visitors. Our Fellert Even Better acoustic plaster has a high presence here – both on the ceilings and walls.

Ingierstrand Bad was built in full compliance with the rules of Functionalism – a fantastic piece of Norwegian cultural and architectural history. Because of this, the renovation was carefully executed to ensure that the renovated building would be as close to the original as possible. Our challenge was in delivering functional acoustical solutions – something that was not included in the original building. And doing this without jeopardizing the building’s very special character in an environment surrounded by stone and wood. The solution to this became our seamless Fellert Even Better Silk plaster in a gray color, installed in the dining area to ensure the most use and effect of the acoustic ceiling. Thank you to Municipality of Oslo for this excellent challenge to show the possibility of high-performing acoustics and Styjl.

Designed by Arkitektskap AS. Installed by Bygg & Akustikmontage.

Photo: BorisXpression AB

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