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400,000 timber beads make up the acoustic panels in Fusionopolis' Genexis theatre in Singapore, designed by Kisho Kurokawa

timber beads make up the acoustic panels in Fusionopolis' Genexis theatre in Singapore, designed by Kisho Kurokawa. Very impressive use of timber and practical because of the acoustic properties.

designed for wall and ceiling paneling, the system responds dynamically to the soundscape of a space, opening and folding to optimize the acoustic signature of a location by exposing various surfaces that reflect, absorb, or amplify sound.

A Mechanical Roof Tweaks Concert Acoustics In Real Time. Imagine a concert hall that adapts to each performer, during the performance.

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Laser-cut cork surfaces, created by London-based designer Yemi Awosile, are made from the byproduct of wine cork production. Available in raw cork composite grain, glossy black, or a selection of metallic finishes, the product is suited for interior applications such as wall panels and room dividers. The surface features acoustic and thermal insulating properties naturally found in cork.  yemiawosile.co.uk

Laser-cut cork surfaces, created by London-based designer Yemi Awosile, are made from the byproduct of wine cork production.

Form Nation acoustic panels #sydneyindesign

Formnation Soundform - Soundform is a sustainable acoustic paneling product that can be incorporated into your interior design vision.

Luffa Acoustic Wall Tiles by Luffa Lab aka Mauricio Affonso - luffa is a fast growing tropical vine plant from the same plant family as the cucumbers, pumpkins and courgettes. Luffa fibres form a complex network of cellulose that act like an open cell foam material that is both extremely strong and lightweight. Makes it a viable material for applications such as packaging, filters, low cost splints and acoustic insulator.

These wall tiles by Mauricio Affonso are made from the luffa plant. They are strong, light weight, breathable, highly absorbent and completely biodegradable. Can be used as acoustic wall tiles in the home or office.

Träullit, from Form Us With Love's new design brand BAUX, consists of a collection of sound absorbing wall panels like no other that are also environmentally friendly.

BAUX Sound Absorbing Wall Tiles by Form Us With Love

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