The recently released Baux Acoustic Pulp acoustic panels are made from 100% bio-based materials. Aside from providing great acoustic performance the panels are also 100% recyclable, 100% biodegradable and the colours where made from non-GMO wheat bran.
Designed by Swedish industrial design studio Form Us With Love, the patterns were inspired by folded paper techniques and the material utilises technology typically used for aircrafts and spaceships. The panel’s surface is nano-perforated using a laser technique which allows sound waves to enter and get trapped in the honeycomb chambers on the rear side.
– 100% bio-based materials
– 100% recyclable
– 100% biodegradable
– Colours made using non-GMO wheat bran
– Fire retardant
– Water resistant
BAUX has been striving to make the world a better place with sustainable, functional and beautiful building materials since 2014. For their latest product, they’ve joined forces with scientists from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) to develop a revolutionary new material based on over 25 years of research. The new BAUX Acoustic Pulp is a series of nine, 100% bio-based and biodegradable acoustical panels that push the boundaries of sustainable building materials to a completely new level.
Nadine is the founder and editor of Eco Edition and founder of the Eco Edition Design School. She’s an experienced interior designer, sustainable materials consultant, speaker and serial home renovator.