Interior acoustic panel MEMBRANEfabricpolyester fiberdecorative

interior acoustic panel
interior acoustic panel
interior acoustic panel
interior acoustic panel
interior acoustic panel
interior acoustic panel
interior acoustic panel
interior acoustic panel
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Characteristics

Applications
for interior
Material
fabric, polyester fiber
Other characteristics
decorative, colored
Market
for office, for public buildings
Thickness

110 mm (4.3 in)

Width

350 mm (14 in)

Length

350 mm (14 in)

Description

Membrane is a acoustic room divider designed by David Trubridge. The room divider consists of smaller acoustic panels which together creates a modular system with two inspiring finished patterns. Membrane filters sound at the same time as it’s letting through light and which creates a unique expression. “This dividing screen, which filters sound, was commissioned exclusively by Offecct for their ambitious acoustic control line. It can be used to semi-divide spaces and can also be placed against a wall in order to dampen sound. Of course in addition to its strong acoustic control function, it also has a decorative element and can be assembled in various shapes and patterns. An interesting architectonic quality is added in that it is easy to light, creating layers of shadows. My inspiration, as usual, is nature, from where I draw most of my patterns. I love to go out on hikes and sleep under a tree for a few days, and it’s nice to bring a bit of the forest in to the indoor environment. Membrane is made from polyester fiber produced from recycled water bottles. We conduct a great deal of life circle research of our own and this material is actually environmentally smarter than natural wool, for example, as the sourcing of wool is very polluting.” /David Trubridge

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