Baux Acoustic Pulp is the Product of 25 Years of Research

 - Feb 12, 2019
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This eco-friendly acoustic panel material is developed with reference to biomimicry — a lucrative field that seems to produce a great deal of sustainability-focused solutions. The biodegradable product is the result of a collaboration between Baux, industrial design studio Form Us With Love and scientists from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.

The acoustic panel material is chemical-free and is "formed of organically modified cellulosic fibers from sustainably harvested Swedish pine and fir trees." As a result, the textured feel of the Baux Acoustic Pulp is paper-like. The company releases three types of acoustic panels — 'Sense,' 'Pulse,' and 'Energy,' each of which sports a different laser-cut pattern that allows for the panels to connect via "honeycomb chambers on the back."