A new ceiling tile from Armstrong has helped give a new Scout bunkhouse new green credentials.

Manufacturer’s #eVoNewBeginnings competition will see one community project win Armstrong ceiling tiles and grid for their community space.

A mixture of metal and mineral fibre systems from Armstrong were specified for a new teaching block.

Armstrong marked the first UK use of its wood-effect metal baffles in a prestigious £3.9 million office refurbishment.

BIM objects for the Armstrong range in Europe, the Middle East and Africa became available for specifiers, designers, BIM managers and contractors to download in multiple languages.

A unique metal tile was launched by Armstrong to meet the requirement for acoustics which do not come at the expense of aesthetics.

Transport projects are often at the cutting edge of great design. But their very nature means they soon begin to look shabby.

Architects striving to design more sustainable and attractive modern buildings were given a helping hand by Armstrong when the company launched a 100% recyclable range of new ceiling tiles.

A mixture of metal and mineral fibre systems from Armstrong were specified for a new teaching block.

Armstrong marked the first UK use of its wood-effect metal baffles in a prestigious £3.9 million office refurbishment.

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