Ceiling Panels And Their Use In Interior Spaces

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Using ceiling panels in the interior is a great way to create high-quality and functional ceiling spaces. These panels can be both functional and aesthetically important. Ceiling panels come in a variety of materials such as made of cork, wood, metal, etc.

These panels are also suitable for almost all types of roof shapes such as truss, flat, vaulted. You can also install aluminium baffles via Baumann.

Let's have look at the most common functions of these panels used for interior lighting:

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1) With the first type, the entire ceiling area is covered with selected ceiling tiles or a floor plan with a square grid. Metal ropes are used to "hang" ceiling panels from a ceiling built into the corner of the grille. Then, depending on the panel material, the panels are screwed to this grid at the bottom.

2) In the second type, the panel is used as a secondary light source. Instead of carrying lights, these panels only receive light from other light sources and reflect it evenly throughout the room.

3) The third type uses ceiling panels very creatively by layering. This requires a large ceiling height to play with the level and ensure good "headroom" below the lowest point of the ceiling. In this type, the lower-level ceiling panels support the lights and provide direct light to the upper-level ceiling panels so that they can be evenly distributed over distant areas of the room.

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