A ceiling plays a huge role in interiors design. Its height greatly affects the perception of volume. The higher a ceiling is, the larger and more spacious a room appears. Recently, the trend of using conventional plasterboard constructions is gradually receding, giving way to more interesting solutions.
If you design a ceiling with coffering, accept in advance the loss of 10 to 25 cm from the total height of a room, depending on the material used and the profile complexity of future coffers.
Our coffered ceilings have complex construction characterized by technological effectiveness, where attention is paid to each operation in an installation chain. We don’t skimp on what is hidden behind perfectly fitted cladding and joinery manufacturing. We guarantee an impressive service life of premises for several generations to come.
Coffers, as an architectural element, have existed for several generations in the post-and-beam system. In ancient times, a ceiling weight was reduced by using recesses of different shapes and sizes (in the future, coffers) reducing the load without compromising strength of a structure.
In modern construction, coffers can have both aesthetic meaning and structural and decorative functions. They can be used to improve acoustical properties of a room, create various visual effects (for example, visually increase the height of a ceiling or vault), or serve as recessions for lamps.
Coffered ceilings are the luxury of the retrograde era, the whim of modernity, the signature of a style. Based on the ancient Rome architectural beginnings, coffered ceilings are most often used in interior decoration by English, French, traditional American and colonial styles supporters. These very styles have absorbed the maximum of ancient architectural canons and, having passed the centuries, became the reference classics.
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