A lot of the time, acoustic panels are made to be strictly functional and not all that aesthetically pleasing, but Baux brings beauty and function to its designs.
The modular system of panels is made up of wood wool, cement and water, which makes them environmentally-friendly and recyclable. The makeup of the acoustic panels also brings a resistance to moisture, fire and also helps to regulate temperatures as well as sound.
The many colors and shapes in the Baux Traüllit Spring 2014 collection make it possible to create an endless number of design options that range from subdued, uniform and neutral to vibrant and pattern-heavy on the other end of the spectrum. Baux even has a handy downloadable toolkit on its site for designers to play around with the possibilities.
Acoustic Panels by Baux Are Practical and Attractive
Laura McQuarrie — February 11, 2014 — Eco