BAUX Creates Acoustic Soundproofing Walls in an Aesthetic Manner

By: Erin Fox - Feb 15, 2015
References: baux.se & trendland
BAUX's soundproof tiles are proving to be a hit at Stockholm Design Week. Their bold and aesthetic features make these acoustic panels coveted by the world's top brands. Companies like Google, Stella McCartney and EF Schools have used BAUX for marketing and commercial use. BAUX uses contemporary architects, engineers and builders to create their product. BAUX has expanded its look to mimic art installations and has grown its displays drastically.

The Swedish tile brand uses features that provide sound absorption, excellent thermal insulation capacity, high thermal storage capacity, and is proven highly resistant to fire. BAUX's tiles makes boards and panels of cement bound wood wool. Wood wool comes from Spruce trees and is sprung from nature, joined together with pure cement to provide unique features to any building.