Ceilings Plus - Curve your enthusiasm

After more than a quarter of a century in business, Ceilings Plus continues to collaborate with architects to challenge the limits of ceiling and wall performance and aesthetics.


Ceilings Plus's innovative systems offer fresh design options, better acoustics, easier installation and access, outstanding sustainability and surprising affordability. The team of talented engineers and craftsman use the latest in BIM-compatible fabrication systems to transform your vision into reality.

Shapes offered include curved, linear and polygons. Curved surfaces, including compound curves, are the company's speciality. The forming technology makes curved shapes - concave, convex, hyperbolic paraboloids - all conic sections and even irregular surfaces easy, smooth and precise.

The linear forms can break loose from straight lines, leading on a journey through inner space. Realise your creative solutions with linear and cellular systems that let you define the best distance between point A and point B. Polyhedral shapes are one of the fastest-growing options; multiplane and layered designs are easy to realise.

Aluminium is the recommended metal for most projects because of its recycled content, light weight and good looks. It comes in a range of finishes, can be anodised or painted, and provides a spectrum of possibilities. Steel and other metals are also available. An Arboreal real-wood finish can be specified with veneers from sustainably managed forests. Panels contain zero added formaldehyde or VOCs. It is available in a wide variety of wood species and pre-finished with a zero-VOC coating. For special applications, the Saranté vinyl veneers give a wood-grain look almost indistinguishable from the real thing.

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