NORTO Ceiling UP
THE CEILING IN A ROOM IS CRITICAL FOR ENSURING THE ACOUSTICS, ATMOSPHERE AND EXPRESSION PROPERTIES OF THE INTERIOR. THANKS TO THE NORTO CEILING UP PRODUCTS, WE HAVE INTRODUCED MANY TYPES OF WOOD COVERINGS MADE OF RECYCLED WOOD. READ MORE ABOUT WOODEN CEILING COVERINGS BELOW.
Sustainable recycled wood ceilings
Sustainability and recycling have become important parameters to be taken into account in interior design – more so than before. That’s why we have developed different types of ceilings, all made from rcycled materials. The NORTO CeilingUP product category includes several types of ceiling coverings – each with its own name. At the moment, we have NORTO Toft, NORTO Bech and NORTO Friis products available as ceiling solutions.
This wooden covering can be used for both ceilings and walls. NORTO Bech is a durable and fire-resistant solid wooden panel with milled grooves. Ceiling and wall coverings have been recognized with fire classification K1 10, D-2, d0 in compliance with European standards. NORTO Bech has a Nordic and minimalist look. The product is available in raw (untreated) form, with painted grooves or in a fully-painted version.
NORTO Friis is a ceiling covering made of residual solid wood. It is made according to a simple design that offers countless possibilities for creating individual interior solutions by superficially covering the wooden panels.
This ceiling covering was developed with particular attention to acoustics. Acoustics and sound- absorbing materials are of key importance in modern interior design using hard materials. NORTO Toft are panels made of solid wood with elongated drilled grooves. At the back, they are covered with an acoustic membrane to produce optimal acoustic effects. This product is still under development and therefore not yet available on the market.
Check NORTO CeilingUP at Building Green
You have the opportunity to see NORTO Toft products at Building Green held in 2020 in Denmark. NORTO ceiling solutions are represented during the event, together with several of our products, all in the inspiring, networking and dialogue sphere of Joint Equivalence Creation. This common area is filled with sustainable building solutions and recycled materials from many players from the construction industry. This sphere creates a framework for how we can jointly promote sustainability, upcycling and recycling in the construction of the future.
Visit Building Green at the following exhibition:
We are working to be ready for the Building Green exhibition at 28th & 29th October 2020 in Copenhagen, Denmark