A suspended or dropped ceiling is hung below the actual ceiling of a room and can often be found in commercial and industrial buildings as well as educational institutions.
One of the most popular reasons for having a suspended ceiling fitted is to hide unsightly exposed structural or mechanical components, such as pipes, plumbing and cables. However, they serve many other practical and aesthetic purposes.
BFG Architecture leverages the lightweight, high strength, and superior characteristics of materials such as GRC, UHPC, and FRP, to build innovative next generation suspended ceilings, which offer unsurpassed design creativity and free the architect’s imagination.
Through the use of these materials our suspended ceilings offer an incomparable combination of desirable properties, including shatterproof toughness, rigidity, durability, and low thermal expansion. They can be used to produce sound-absorbing ceilings, and may also be used in applications where there are demands on low particle emission and where occasional wet wiping or disinfection is required, such as laboratories, pharmaceutical and electronics industries. Further, their low thermal conductivity helps to maintain the indoor air temperature, creating a more environmentally friendly building.
Whatever material you choose, our suspended ceiling solutions are durable, easily installed, visually engaging, and can provide your structure with energy efficiency cost savings.
BFG Architecture’s highly experienced team of experts will be able to help you choose the best material for your project based on your budgetary and functional requirements.
Contact us today so we can begin discussing your project needs.