GETA

Pursuing new ideas, creative Geta offers a modern and unique wall cladding solution which will bring a brand new inspiration to interiors,
presenting opportunities to those who love to experiment with new materials, colors and techniques. Its three-dimensional design will add a totally different texture and depth to living spaces.

MATERIAL & COLOR OPTIONS

Geta offers many color and material alternatives which you can combine as you wish, thus creating a unique design platform

WOODEN PANELS
Teak
Oak
Walnut
LACQUER PANELS
FABRIC PANELS
White Lacquer
Anthracite Lacquer
Green Fabric
Brick Fabric
MATERIAL COMBINATIONS

CORNER APPLICATION

PANEL DIMENSIONS

PANEL COMBINATIONS

Geta panels are designed to be composed repeatedly upside-down or side-by-side as much as required.
When applied to interiors, different combinations have the ability to express themselves easily, just like and icon.

ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE


GETA Module provides different absorption characteristics for its alternative perforation ratios.


T1 can be used where high absorption is necessary on wall surfaces and can function to provide optimum reverberation desired for a room. T2 can be used where high absorption is demanded for low frequency range, especially suited for electroacoustic sound reinforcement with music material of dominant low-frequency energy content in such rooms. T3 can be used for medium absorption in small rooms or in large rooms where additional absorption is necessary to provide acoustical comfort.

Besides absorption, all types can provide effective sound scattering for the range of frequencies from 250 Hz to 2000 Hz due to variations in both depth and length of each element within the modules. This will allow even distribution of sound within the room where they applied, and will prevent acoustical defects causing disturbance due to harsh sound reflections, acoustical glare, echo or flutter echo.

Figure 3. 3D Billard within the simulation room

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Figure 4. Ray Tracing within the simulation room

Figure 5. Estimated Global Reverberation
Times Energy Decay Curves for simulation
room – scenario T3

Figure 6. Reverberation Time, T30 map within
simulation room at 500 Hz & 1000 Hz –scenario T3

Figure 6

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