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TEM TURKUVAZ MEDIA GROUP HEADQUARTERS

Tacer Suspended Ceiling & Tacer Wall Systems #createsinnovation

TEM Turkuvaz Media Group is a multifunctional media campus where hundreds of young and dynamic people can work in numerous offices and departments together. Its outstanding architectural design provides a functional purpose by being able to control the flow of people at any time of day. In this building, The Tacer R&D team optimized the space and acoustic balance to completely eliminate noise and hum, and specific installation techniques were used.


TEM Turkuvaz Media Group Headquarters; Tacer R&D designed and installed Tacer Acoustic Suspended Ceiling Systems by considering the acoustic depths in four different offices: A Block, TV-B Block Bottom, TV-B Block Top and Printing House. The user population, machine hum, and vibration depth were given particular consideration while working on the acoustics, and Tacer Architectural Acoustic Designs were illustrated on each and every ceiling using a variety of Tacer Suspended Ceiling Products in accordance with the architectural approach of the building.

In this project, out of all the Tacer Acoustic Suspended Ceiling and Wall Systems, Tacer Hook-on and Tacer Double Hook-on Ceilings were mostly used. Tacer Standard Hook-on and Tacer Double Hook-on Systems give ceilings a nice look due to their interlocking design. Additionally, because of its ergonomic design, aesthetic appeal, and practical approach, it is widely selected, particularly in hallway and office areas.


Another Tacer Acoustic Suspended Ceiling System used in TEM Turkuvaz Media Group Headquarters is the Tacer Acoustic Diamond Suspended Ceiling System. Owing to its unique structure developed by Tacer R&D, the system, which is mostly installed in TV-B Block Lower and TV-B Block Upper sections, is used for suspended ceiling designs with a clear architectural flow and monolithic look. Tacer Acoustic Diamond Suspended Ceiling Systems are systems that improve and support the achitecture of any type of building because of its distinctively developed design pattern. Tacer Metal Diamond Suspended Ceiling Systems which offer visuality and functionality together presented a unique ceiling design for TEM Turkuvaz Media Group Headquarters.

The fourth Tacer Acoustic Suspended Ceiling System in the TEM Turkuvaz Media Group Headquarters, on the other hand, is Tacer Canopy Systems. It was specifically designed for an asymmetrical space setup applied in various sizes at various levels. They are particularly used in connection & transition points and corridors of architectural structures. Tacer Acoustic Suspended Ceiling Systems create an aesthetic sense of transition and offer a perfect acoustic balance by preventing noise, hum and vibration.


Moreover, another system known as Tacer Acoustic Wooden Suspended Ceiling Systems were used to create a warmer and more intimate atmosphere in the common areas. The self-framed perforated Grid Tacer Acoustic Wooden Suspended Ceiling System, designed and produced in accordance with grid planning, provides an integral atmosphere to the space with its flawless appearance. It has brought a sense of dimension in space design, especially with its 3D-like appearance.

Tacer Acoustic Suspended Ceiling Systems, developed by Tacer R&D, utilized in TEM Turkuvaz Media Group Headquarters, has produced solutions to all architectural problems by balancing the space setup, aesthetics, functionality and acoustics. With Tacer Hook-on and Tacer Double Hook-on, Tacer Acoustic Diamond, Tacer Canopy and Tacer Acoustic Wooden Suspended Ceiling System developed by Tacer R&D for Architectural Acoustics, designs and techniques compatible with space setup have been restored.


Every design begins with a dream, and every dream that begins with Tacer Acoustic Architectural Systems #createsinnovation.

Tacer Acoustic Suspended Ceiling and Wall Systems That Change Your Perspective! #createsinnovation



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