Acoustic objects

Although wall and ceiling solutions are the most efficient way of reducing reverberation, acoustic objects are gaining popularity.

Today, we have strong and light acoustic materials that can be processed in different ways. Think of punching or laser cutting. Or flocking or flat-bed printing to give materials a colour. This gives us more and more room to make unique objects with acoustic materials.

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Functional eye-catcher

An acoustic object brings more absorption into the room, as well as diffusing and shielding.

A good example of this is an acoustic planter from EASYfelt. With this we combine green and acoustics. Originated from the need to shield a workplace acoustically and make it more 'green'. An object thus has a double function. In addition, an object is often an eye-catcher in the interior.

Processing

By cooperating with various partners and specialists, we can process our acoustic materials in various ways.

Flocking, for example, is an excellent way of applying colour. Flocking involves the application of electrostatic fibres to the material.

We also know the right way to have materials sprayed in colour (without absorption loss). And upholstering and laminating are methods we often use. Acoustic blinds, flocked lamps and a spray-painted acoustic elephant are examples of objects we have made.

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