It’s always exciting to launch a new product. The announcement of our Architectural Acoustics line, including our DeAmp Transparent Sound Absorber Panels, has brought us some unique business opportunities and exciting new partnerships.
We’ve also had the pleasure of working with some very talented people along the way – including Chris Paulis, a Maryland-based Master Photographer who captured shots of DeAmp at Bowie State University’s new Center for Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Nursing.
Taking pictures of the unique glass building with DeAmp was no easy feat. Why? Because as we explained in Sound Solutions That Don’t Compromise Design, the panels practically disappear in front of hard surfaces, while providing acoustic absorption.
But Chris captured them in fine form, as evidenced by the photo above. In fact, it earned him Best In Show in the Artist Category at the MDPPA Photography Competition, and another shot of the conference room, also treated with DeAmp, received a Merit in the Commercial Category.
Congratulations Chris! Follow him on Facebook and Instagram for more great photos.
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