The Val Mandé Institute, created in 1883 as the «Louis Braille School», today supports the daily life of people, children or adults, with disabilities.
The rooms are large and pleasant with ceilings to 5 meters and large windows. The groups practice all sorts of activities including musical awakening. Laughs and cries echo there … literally.
The architecture firm Du coeur à l’ouvrage accompanied Mr. Guidez, Responsible for Technical Services, in the implementation of an acoustic treatment for the activity rooms and the office of the supervisors. The amplitude of the TEMPO offer allowed Ms. Marine BARON, architect in charge of the project, to create sets of different colors depending on the parts. She also took advantage of the high ceilings to imagine beautiful panel compositions, which, by a game of overlap, create almost acoustic sculptures.
« We are really happy with the TEMPO acoustic panels. In the study phase, we were seduced by prices. During the construction, I appreciated having the choice between so many colors and, also, to be able to order tailor-made adaptations. And with that, nothing to complain about deadlines and reactivity.
Since the installation, the acoustic comfort brought by the TEMPO products is up to our expectations and relieves the daily lives of everyone, residents and coordinators. »
Responsible for Technical services, Val Mandé Institute https://ilvm.fr