BAUX is back after a successful week in Milan showcasing Acoustic Wood Wool and newly-launched Acoustic Pulp as part of the HEMMA GONE WILD exhibition. Big thanks to Swedish Design Moves for organising the event and everyone who joined us there, including a very popular opening-night cocktail party!
The exhibition provided a great opportunity for us to interact with architects, designers, journalists and other forward-thinking individuals in design and decor. It was also great to see so many other innovative brands represented, especially those that share our vision of sustainable, design-driven production. More than 15000 people came to see the HEMMA Gone Wild exhibition during the Milan design week.
Acoustic Pulp makes waves!
One highlight of the Design Week was the continued growing interest in BAUX Acoustic Pulp. Since launching at the Stockholm Design Week in February, Acoustic Pulp has been covered by the likes of Dezeen, Designboom, and Design Milk.
In Milan, conversations with designers revealed a fascination with the biodegradable and organic properties of BAUX Acoustic Pulp, and particularly the innovative process by which the material was developed.
New client case!
Seeking inspiration for a BAUX installation? Check out this stylish design for Vega Salmon’s head office in Kolding, Denmark. BAUX Acoustic Panels are used to great effect by designer Bettina Theresa to evoke the natural habitat of salmon, the fjord.
The core values of the company are represented in the vibrant colours and natural materials of BAUX Acoustic Panel and Plank designs, creating an environment that is both harmonious and energising.