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Thanks to the sound-absorbing Bits Wall, the wall surface can be used to improve the acoustics in a room. The triangular design not only makes for a playful, attractive look, it also stops sound waves effectively, thereby improving the room’s acoustics. Each module comprises sound-absorbing polyester fibre upholstered with woollen fabric. Thanks to concealed metal brackets, the product can be mounted horizontally or vertically and combined to create different pattern. formations.
Domo’s dynamic visual expression arises in the interplay with the light and shadows formed by the bevelled edges – a solution as simple as it is striking. Domo offers scope for playful combinations of various colours and dimensions. Each module comprises a sound-absorbing filling mounted on a solid wooden frame. Upholstered with fabric on both sides. Square-shaped or rectangular-shaped wall modules that can be combined to create different pattern formations. Thanks to concealed brackets, the product can be mounted horizontally or vertically.
Scala is a playful paraphrase on corrugated iron that simultaneously employs the functionality of the shape. The design of the sound-absorbent Scala is not only developed for visual reasons, but primarily to contribute to a softer soundscape. The moulded felt absorbs sound and the wave-shaped surface effectively breaks the sound waves. Scala is a perfectly simple interaction between material and form. Scala can be hung on the wall or from the ceiling, to discretely reduce the level of noise. Scala is 100% recyclable, and the fabric is approved by EU Ecolabel. Size: 603×800, 1207×800, 603×1600, 1207×1600 mm, portrait or landscape.
Nature is the source of inspiration for Poul Christiansen’s My Hive: an elegant and simplistic workstation with a height-adjustable desk. With My Hive, Poul Christiansen uses the hexagon – a form that is present in the beehive, as well as on turtle shells. The form makes it possible to compose dynamic and surface-efficient desk configurations. Instead of using legs, Poul Christiansen has integrated the table-top into the sound absorbent screens, thus freeing space. Both the cables and the mechanism for adjusting the height are hidden within the screen. My Hive also offers a place for rest, since the desk can be replaced with a sofa. Table-top measurement: width 1655 mm (the widest part). The table-tops position above floor: min 685 mm, max 1185 mm. The floor screens height is 1350 mm.
Domo table screen
Abstracta together with designer Stefan Borselius has taken on the challenge of developing a sound-absorbent screen system beyond the ordinary. A solution as simple as it is striking. Domo’s dynamic visual expression arises in the interplay with the light and shadows formed by the bevelled edges. Domo offers scope for playful combinations of different sizes and colours. Also available is a stylish magnetic accessory rail. Write directly on the white-painted metal with a whiteboard pen, put things up with magnets, or stick Post-it notes.
The new sound-absorbent Airleaf is designed by Stefan Borselius with the aim to let nature in. The leaf-shaped modules can be combined into sound-absorbent screens in a variety of patterns and formats. Much like the previous success Airflake, Airleaf is made to gently separate and to build a pleasant soundscape, while simultaneously preserving spatial openness. The degree of openness depends on how the leaves are combined. Airleaf is made out of moulded felt and is hung from the ceiling. It is just as simple to mount, as it is to vary. Airleaf is available in 30 different colours.