Polynodal systems meet the demand of increasingly varied and complex ceiling surfaces in modern building design. Offering acoustic benefits, fire resistance and exceptional build quality, Polynodal ceiling systems are an adaptable and low maintenance option for high footfall indoor spaces.
How Do Polynodal Ceilings Work?
Our polynodal ceilings are an adjustable network of nodal ceiling panels. A grid solution, our polynodal ceiling systems are fitted with SAS bespoke spring clip-in tiles (patent pending). Fully re-adjustable, the method of placement allows for simple installation and creation of multiple-faceted designs.
Polynodal Ceiling Design
A key advantage of the polynodal ceiling option is the dynamic design. Panels are shaped in simple equilateral triangles that slot easily together and can create a wide variety of scope for the final ceiling design. As well as aesthetically-pleasing transitions from wall to ceiling.
Polynodal ceilings are suitable for integration with many lighting, mechanical and electrical systems. However, it is also possible for tiles to be formed with apertures during manufacturing for highly sleek bespoke design.
Access and Maintenance
Access is a considerable benefit of polynodal ceiling design. As each panel is removable, grid design can be reimagined and access to lighting and electrical systems is simple. Suspended vertically, each tile can be hinged down or completely removed.
In addition, products come with a minimum 25-year life expectancy.