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Model for Education and Sustainability

Campus Unna, ©
Campus Unna, ©

The Educational Campus Unna not only pursues educational objectives but also ambitious sustainability goals.

The Educational Campus Unna impressively demonstrates how educational institutions can be designed in harmony with sustainability principles. This project not only embraces modern architectural design but also innovative technologies to contribute to reducing the ecological footprint. The Educational Campus Unna serves as a paradigm of how education and sustainability can successfully merge, creating an inspiring learning environment for students. It is a project that is pioneering both in architectural and ecological aspects, showcasing that education and environmental protection can go hand in hand.

Meeting the Highest Room Acoustic Standards

To ensure successful teaching and learning, the acoustic conditions in the rooms had to meet the requirements of DIN 18041 "Acoustic quality in rooms." The acoustic experts from ITAB GmbH in Dortmund developed a concept consisting primarily of the following elements:

  • Sorp 10® sound absorbers in the center of the ceiling
  • Circumferential suspended ceiling ring made of perforated plasterboard
  • Perimeter absorbers at the wall/ceiling junction made of perforated plasterboard
  • Microperforated cabinet fronts

By optimally arranging and combining suitable sound absorbers, the strict requirements of DIN 18041 (for inclusion) could be almost completely met in the special education classes.

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Max Frank GmbH & Co. KG
Mitterweg 1
94339 Leiblfing