Archive for the ‘acoustic panel’ category

EchoStar by Woven Image and Kirei

June 15th, 2017

The single or linked units are available in five colors, including white, ivory, speckled gray, gray and charcoal. The diamond facets deflect sound waves while the EchoPanel surface absorbs sound, reducing echo and controlling noise.

BAUX sound absorbing panels by Tyler Adams

January 26th, 2017

Tyler Adams, the author of Sound Materials, caught up with the Form Us With Love team members – and co-founders BAUX – to discuss their vision to seize on an opportunity to reinvent the aesthetics of Träulit. This Swedish-made, porous building material made from wood wool has excellent sound absorbing properties and the studio found its potential for usage compelling.

Pedrali Ironic office by Calvi Brambilla at Orgatec 2016, Cologne – Germany

October 22nd, 2016

The project of the Milan-based architecture studio consists of two big side walls with a series of settings, spaces and situations strictly connected to the working environment: from the meeting room to the break-out area, from the conference room to the company restaurant without forgetting the waiting areas.

Gaia acoustic panel by Stone Designs for Blå Station

May 20th, 2016

Gaia goes one step further in acoustic isolation solutions, creating an alive surface. The four elements will combine on millions of different ways, so that, we cut Gaia in four symmetrical pieces to create an infinite range of possible combinations.

Scale super-modular stand-alone acoustic system by Layer

December 8th, 2015

Scale is the world’s first super-modular stand-alone acoustic system that grows and shrinks with today’s constantly evolving workplace.

Acoustitch Installation by RCKa, London – UK

April 17th, 2015

RCKa has completed Acoustitch, an art piece in the foyer of 11 Waterloo Place in St James’s, London, that was made from over 780 pieces of acoustic foam.

BAUX Acoustic Panels by BAUX / Form Us With Love

February 5th, 2015

BAUX Acoustic Panels are made from of the same natural materials as BAUX Acoustic Tiles – wood wool, cement and water.

Acoustic panels by StokkeAustad for Gudbrandsdalen Uldvarefabrikk

February 2nd, 2015

StokkeAustad’s acoustic panels pair colourful fabric with metal and stone Stockholm 2015: Oslo studio StokkeAustad has combined colourful textiles with a selection of shinier materials to create acoustic panels that feature geometric patterns.

BAUX Träullit Acoustic Panels

June 9th, 2014

BAUX Träullit Acoustic Panels contain two of the world’s oldest building materials. The combination is simple and ingenious. We founded BAUX on the belief that building materials should be surprisingly functional and remarkably beautiful.

Notes sound panel by Luca Nichetto for Offecct

February 20th, 2014

The brief from Offecct was to create a new kind of sound panel that didn’t have to be fixed on the wall but more a free standing object, and at the same time work with recyclable felt made of garbage from their upholstery production. Notes not only absorb sound, but also help divide space in a new and exciting way.

LOOP sound absorbing panel by Anne Kyyrö Quinn

October 30th, 2012

LOOP panels can suppress unwanted indirect sound waves such as reflections that cause echoes and resonances that cause reverberation, too.

Whisper environmentally friendly acoustic panels by Tapio Anttila for Woodnotes

April 21st, 2012

The appearance of these Whisper panels can be changed with the choices of different colours, sizes and thicknesses giving a three dimensional effect to the panels. Almost unlimited choices make it possible to create an individual panel installation for different interior solutions.

WALLSTIX visual and acoustic panels

August 10th, 2011

WALLSTIX are “not for your eyes only”, these visual attractive decoration wall panels are performers in noise control and contribute to better acoustics. WALLSTIX are designed to help control disturbing reflections of environmental sounds. They are the ideal solution for both home and public environments like offices, hotels, shops, restaurants, libraries, etc.

Supracor / Stimulite Honeycomb

March 24th, 2011


In the past, honeycomb structures have been used primarily to create strong, lightweight products. Supracor aerospace honeycomb, made from thermoplastic elastomers, has a soft, flexible feel that makes it intriguing and fun.