Royal Holloway University, Emily Wilding Davison Library
Architect: Associated Architects
Installer: Rosguill Developments Ltd
Product: Gustafs Panel and Acoustic Panel Systems
4,000m2 of Gustafs panels in a range of Oak, White Pigmented Oak, and Black stained Ash were installed to the walls and ceilings of various spaces at the new £57m Emily Wilding Davison building at the historic Royal Holloway University campus in Egham, Surrey. The new campus building houses the extensive university library and archives as well as electronic resources, student and career services, exhibition and event space, and a café, shop and bank.
Gustafs Oak and white pigmented Oak acoustic and plain panels clad the impressive entrance atrium including the beams around the skylights and framing the impressive picture windows looking out towards the Founders' Square and the Iconic Grade-I listed Founders' Building. Gustafs acoustic panels are also used in the basement workspace as well as study pods, lift lobbies and walls throughout the building; the dramatic black stained Ash panels are found feature stair cores.

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