Our client, an expert Saxophone player, needed to reduce the 110db noise produced by his Sax. LaneRow designed the structure and the acoustic internal layup to give 4 layers of different acoustic insulation. The structural build took 3days to get to water tight structure and then the technical job of fitting the sound layers could begin. The last two layers had to be glued as not to break the continuous internal ”skin”. The building was then larch clad and fitted with double glazed Alu windows and doors.
Wall cross section, from left to right. Larch cladding-25mm batten-100mm SIPs-25mm batten with acoustic wool ‘infill’-19mm acoustic sound board-10mm sound mat-acoustic plaster board.
”We wanted a garden music room, including for sax, which tends to be quite loud. The process, from design through quotation to execution was transparent and Simon and Paul took great care to ensure it met what we were looking for. The building is based on SIP panels, with attractive cladding on the outside and layers of sound insulation inside. The whole project was carried out to a very high standard and delighted with the result – a great space to spend hours and hours playing. Would recommend without hesitation.”
LaneRow garden room design model for our client after our first site meeting
Please see the below images of the complete build.