After more than 10 years of experience in the field of leather applications in the interior, Alphenberg is well acquainted with the fact that leather has a softening and fire-retardant effect. But developing and making acoustic walls that meet the required values is something else. Yet, Alphenberg recognized the opportunities. And thus, within a year, a product was created that, according to us, has exceeded our expectations by far. It is obvious that the process of developing a high-quality product does not always come easy. Complexity simply requires deeper research. And visual beauty, as a grand result, adds to the challenge.
The interior of one of the rooms in the NACH (New Amsterdam Court House) in which the lower part clearly shows the BROOM acoustic walls.