Window is a magazine display that works as a sound absorber or a sound absorber that works as a magazine display. A sound absorbing wall full of magazines provides relaxation for both the eye and the ear.
Designer: Jonas Forsman
Dimensions: W540/1080 x D120 x H1465 mm, W540/1620 x D120 x H2200 mm
Soundwave® Botanic is designed by Spanish Mario Ruiz.
“I appreciate how the forest is everywhere in Scandinavia. The forest’s presence is so significant, that when I was commissioned to design a sound absorber that would be part of the Soundwave® project, I was inspired by tree branches. And this is what lies behind the final form: abstract and structural movements inspired by the natural vegetation”, says Mario Ruiz.
The innovative Aircone is based on the successful Airflake, a sound-absorbent partition with a snowflakeinspired design, which was the first product designed by Stefan Borselius in collaboration with Abstracta in 2006. Unlike Airflake, Aircone has a simple graphic design.
Creating Flo, Karim Rashid was inspired by sound waves and digital data. Rashid believs that people today live in a very digital world mentally. We need to catch up with experiental design in the physical world to create a balance.
Abstracta extend the Triline series with an acoustic wall panel employing the same basic triangular shape. Arrange the wall panels next to each other for a stylish relief pattern, and play around with the different colour expressions available.
To give one material a new expression with a different meaning and function creates excitement. With the look and a sound absorbing material, a combination of recycled textile, the eye will experience Soundwave Ando as a concrete block.
Soundwave Village is an acoustic panel designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune. Soundwave Village is a successful pairing of architecture and design. It has a complicated geometry, in which the sound-absorbent properties have determined the pattern.