To be productive within the places we work depends considerably on that environment - the light, the temperature, the sound.
The sound in such environments provide many functions, from an underlying sense of the space, to masking the conversations of others, to providing a distinction between zones. Sound separation allows for confidentiality, and areas for concentration and discussion. Whilst the acoustic zoning of work environments can changes atmospheres, from social areas to functional back rooms, to cafeterias and receptions.
The correct acoustic environment within an offices and other work spaces can make the difference between enjoying your day and not. Sharps Redmore have many years of experience working in these sectors.