At Troldtekt A/S, we believe that acoustic comfort and a healthy indoor climate are key elements of high-quality buildings.
Since 1935, we have manufactured Troldtekt acoustic panels from the natural materials wood and cement. We design, develop and manufacture the panels in Denmark – from local materials and under state-of-the-art and eco-friendly conditions.
Sounding out multi-purpose venues
The Folkehuset Absalon in Copenhagen is an excellent example of the growing trend towards multi-use and multi-purpose cultural social centres.
Remembering with wood
The National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) in Staffordshire is winner of the Large Visitor Attraction category in the Visit England Awards for Excellence 2018.
Creating the perfect acoustic ambience
The Experimentarium museum in Hellerup, Denmark has been listed as one of the ‘Greatest Places to visit 2018’ by Time Magazine.READ MORE
The sound choice for design
London’s new Design Museum has opened. It has been created within the shell of the original 1960s Grade 2 listed Commonwealth Institute, well known for its distinctive copper covered, hyperbolic parabolic roof.READ MORE
Good acoustics for Art and Design
Bedales School is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of the South Downs National Park in Hampshire. Its new Art and Design building designed by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios...READ MORE
The sounds of science
Experimentarium in Tuborg near Copenhagen is one of the most exciting buildings to open in recent months. Designed by CEBRA architects, this world class...
The silence of international design
Setter Architects in Israel have designed stunning new offices for several international companies, including Palo Alto Networks, one of the world’s most innovative...
Skating in the Quiet
Some of the noisiest buildings are sports facilities such as ice rinks, halls and swimming pools where hard surfaces and large spaces exacerbate echoes and chatter.
Acoustic panels aid history
A significant new building project has recently been completed at one of the National Trust’s most popular properties in Hampshire, Mottisfont Abbey.