Sound absorbency is becoming an increasingly important issue in public spaces. This is something which Abstracta designer Anya Sebton had in mind when she developed the innovative Bits Wall – a functional sound-absorbent wall panel that can also be shaped into attractive pattern formations, stimulating users’ creativity.
Anya Sebton’s successful wall panel system Triline Wall was enhanced in the run-up to the Stockholm Furniture Fair with the addition of a new triangular module, which can be freely combined to create different pattern formations. The designer drew her inspiration from Celsing’s designs for Sergels torg (Sergel’s Square) in Stockholm.
Using a triangular shape not only produces an aesthetically attractive look, but also effectively blocks sound waves. The sound-absorbent panels are made from moulded polyester fibre and covered with fabric. The product is mounted using concealed hanging rails, allowing the panels to be hung either horizontally or vertically and offering users the flexibility to create both symmetrical and asymmetrical pattern formations.
The system’s modular construction means that Bits Wall can be assembled to whatever size the user requires.
With Bits Wall, Anya Sebton and the design team at Abstracta have once again created a product which, thanks to its sound-absorption and aesthetic qualities, has the potential to improve people’s efficiency and well-being in public environments. By introducing this attractive and functional new sound-absorbent wall panel, Abstracta is further strengthening its position as one of Sweden’s leading design companies for public spaces.
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