Prinzinger by SAITTAVINI

Stylish stucco and noticeably improved surround sound – DESCOR® stretch ceilings by PONGS® now decorate the restaurant “Prinzinger by SAITTAVINI” and ensure balanced, celestially pleasing acoustics.

In the gastronomy, the surround sound of the room is becoming increasingly important, because only excellent acoustics enhance the comfort, the entire ambience and makes the visit to the restaurant a very special experience.

DESCOR® stretch ceilings are the optimal solution and aesthetically valuable alternative to suspended, visually disturbing acoustic panels. Worldwide, they are already being used in famous architectural building structures to absorb unwanted sound. Especially the textile used at the “Prinzinger by SAITTAVINI” – DESCOR® PREMIUM Acoustic – combines function and elegant appearance in perfection. Certified for sound-absorbing acoustics to DIN EN ISO 354 class A (type E-50), DESCOR® PREMIUM Acoustic also has flame-retardant properties and, thanks to its even, plain surface, is itself a decorative element. Digitally printed with a stucco motif, it fits perfectly into the atmosphere of the Italian restaurant in Düsseldorf-Oberkassel.

Especially practical: For the installation of the DESCOR® ceiling system neither the complete clearing out nor the heating of the room is necessary. The installation takes place without dirt, odorless and within only a few hours. Thus, the “Prinzinger by SAITTAVINI” was able to welcome its guests again after only one day – this time with a nicely decorated, noble-looking stucco ceiling, which not only makes the restaurant look more elegant and larger, but also noticeably improves the acoustics of the room.


Düsseldorf, Germany



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DESCOR® PREMIUM Acoustic with digital print

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