Piano Room

Contractor: Scott Development, inc.

Sound-deadening Shoji

Sliding shoji close off the piano room in this high-rise unit. The floor to ceiling panels at right feature our sound-deadening acoustic liner. These doors stack on top of the red wall when not in use, and then slide to the left or right side to enclose the space. Shown with right side closed

Pic 1a: right shoji closed; Pic 1b: righ shoji open

Finish: Black lacquer, satin finish
Grid: D-16
Insert: Fabric-lam, linen/acoustic liner/fabric-lam, linen

Traditional Shoji

Pic 2: Sliding shoji panels completely close off this opening between rooms. These panels do not have the sound liner, yet still have the same look and “feel” for a uniform look throughout.

Finish: Black lacquer, satin finish
Grid: D-16
Insert: Fabric-lam, linen

Details

Pic 3: Close-up of side jamb and casing unit that was sent prefabricated so that contractor could apply over fabric walls without nails or screws.

Center spline -End of this shoji panel shows our center butt spline detail that will interlock with a groove on another panel.