Electrochromic glass by SageGlass

See below how Ceilings by Gyproc can contribute to LEED V4.0 criteria: Acoustic Performance

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Key contribution

With green building at its core, SageGlass can help improve acoustic comfort by combining two panes of glass of different thicknesses, or by adding a special acoustic laminate specifically designed to enhance sound insulation


To provide workspace that promotes occupant’s well-being, productivity, and communication through effective acoustic design.

Detailed requirement

For all occupied spaces, the project has to meet specific requirements for:

  • Heating, ventilating and airconditioning (HVAC) background noise
  • Sound isolation
  • Reverberation time
  • Sound reinforcement and masking

Read the detailed requirement for Acoustic Performance

Our contribution

SageGlass can help reduce exterior noise and brings comfort by combining two panes of glass of different thicknesses, or by adding a special acoustic laminate specifically designed to enhance sound insulation. SageGlass can provide Sound Transmission Class ratings that help your project comply with Schools and Healthcare BD+C v4 Acoustic Performance credits for LEED certification. Note that the glass should be mounted in a high-performance, airtight framing system with good acoustic properties.