Over the past century, fossil-based materials have become the norm and standard for acoustical products in the interior design and building industries.
It’s time for a new kind of material. One that breaks the mould and pushes us beyond what the world believes is possible for sustainability in acoustical products.
Cellulose from sustainably harvested Swedish and FSC-controlled fir and pine trees.
In production, the water is recycled back into the factory’s closed circular system to be reused again in the next batch.
Non-GMO wheat bran. Adding paint would have compromised our vision of creating a 100% bio-based product.
Instead, colour is achieved using different percentages of wheat bran.
For strength, we utilised a naturally catalytic combination of potato starch extracted from potatoes. The cells of the root tubers of the potato plant contain leucoplasts, making it ideal for strength.
Plant-derived wax is used to further increase fire protection in the product.
For strength, we utilised a naturally catalytic combination of potato starch, plant-based wax and citrus fruit acids from lemons, limes, and oranges to provoke the cellulosic molecules into creating a powerful matrix of intermolecular fusions.
Pollution or waste
Colour made from wheat
Laser enhanced sound absorption
The Acoustic Pulp panel – Natural Wheat is achieved using 5% wheat bran. With the three origami patterns, you can combine endless possibilities for harmonising with different space designs.
A palette comprising subdued, biodegradable colours provides the opportunity to enhance acoustics while also honouring principles of sustainable design. The bio-based colours seamlessly blend functionality, aesthetics, and environmental responsibility.