Multilevel Ceilings

Multi-level Clipso stretch ceilings are aimed at creating a real “wow'” effect for your business and living space. Moreover, they allow solving an urgent problem of ceiling practicality and functionality in private houses, as mansard, A-frame and gambrel roofs consist of several planes inclined with respect to each other. It is widely known that when finishing mansard or attic ceilings builders face the challenge of making them perfectly flat and ensure that the ceiling will not display any cracks caused by the house shrinkage. The Clipso stretch ceiling system allows doing that!

The fabric-made material guarantees the durability of the multi-level ceiling, creates an aesthetic finish and protects against cracks.


Example of multi-level ceiling: covering with Clipso plastic tracks, followed by the installation of fabric material in the mansard room


Our fully trained and experienced employees can execute such projects.

Two types of Clipso plastic tracks are produced to adapt to any design need, creating multi-level ceilings in new planes or repeating the existing ones. The material mounted on such a frame will provide a perfectly flat surface. Bending lines can be both internal and external. The only thing you need is to select the Clipso fabrics collection to be installed in your commercial or residential apartments.

The choice in favour of Clipso fabric materials for finishing attic or mansard rooms will provide reliable protection against cracks and deformations of such ceilings. Clipso multi-level stretch ceiling will serve you for decades upon the condition of technically correct creation of the frame and the canvas installation. The installation is carried out without dust and waste and can be made in residential areas without pre-heating the room. There is no need for special care and painting. It will definitely save your money, while maintaining aesthetic appeal.


  • a contemporary solution of classical techniques in the interior design;
  • complex non-standard constructions;
  • diverse shapes, forms, and elements;
  • possibility to hide pipes, ventilation systems and other technical infrastructure;
  • visual division of the room into zones;
  • separate elements with sound-absorbing functions.