With their vast, airy aesthetics, open-plan interiors offer a feel that can inspire and support occupants. But they can also create acoustical challenges that negate the effects of all that beauty. Baffles are an ideal ceiling design solution that address both aesthetics and performance.
In this on-demand webinar, Stanley Gatland II of Saint-Gobain North America and Steve Udolph of CertainTeed Architectural offer insight and tips—everything from material selection to finishes to suspension options—for creating ceiling showpieces that straddle the line between artistry and acoustics.
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National Sales Manager
Steve Udolph is national sales manager for CertainTeed Architectural, covering a wide range of standard and custom product collections in felt, wood, metal, fiberglass, and more. It's a natural fit for Steve, who has spent his entire career in the interior specialties business, putting his dual degrees in marketing and management information systems to work in a field that thrives on design, messaging, and technology.
Stanley Gatland II
Building Science and Comfort Manager
Throughout his education and career, Stanley Gatland II has always explored his interest in renewable energy and energy efficiency. After achieving a masters in mechanical engineering with a focus on thermal fluid sciences and energy systems, it was only natural for him to put his interest to work in the field of building science. Today, as manager of building sciences and comfort at Saint-Gobain North America, Stanley offers architects and builders insight and solutions to create spaces that benefit owners, occupants, and the environment.
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