Case studies


Luckily, it is possible to optimise acoustics without skyrocketing prices

How do you create an inspiring room without compromising on the acoustics?

This is precisely what Stibo Complete was tasked with and asked to solve at the Swedish Air Force Museum in Linköping, Sweden. Here, we have created a beautiful environment with prints from our large-format department. The Swedish Air Force Museum is an award-winning museum of technical and cultural history and is part of the Swedish state’s defense history museums about aircrafts in the Swedish Defence. Read more about the museum right here.

We were given the task of creating a better sound level and dampen the reverberation of the room, but at the same time ensure that the room has an inviting look and feel and encourages curiosity and learning among the visitors. By implementing various solutions in the room, we succeeded very well with this.


What is hiding behind the door?

We covered a large exhibition wall with foil and laminate for extra protection where small doors can be opened. Behind each door, the background of the room is covered with a motif, which is linked to the object on display.

The Swedish Air Force Museum is often visited by students. Therefore, we have printed and fitted a roller-blind which can be pulled up and down easily for teaching purposes. This is a good and flexible solution that does not take up space when not in use.

In addition, we have installed contour-cut floor foil, which serves as a guide and information.

Are you also interested in optimising the indoor climate with acoustic solutions?

Learn more about how you can create a fantastic environment with motifs and achieve better acoustics. Contact us for sparring and opportunities.

Contact Niclas Hellberg and hear how we can help you

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