Swedish model BAUX produces environmentally pleasant acoustic panels. Since launching, they’ve labored with manufacturers corresponding to Google, Amazon, Stella McCartney, WeWork, Spotify, Uber, Airbnb, and Nike, to carry acoustic peace to retail areas, houses, and workplaces. At Stockholm Furnishings and Mild Truthful this 12 months, they constructed a playful home of acoustic devotion, The Temple of Sound, manufactured from their Wooden Wool and Acoustic Pulp sound absorbers.
The Wooden Wool panels are available daring colours and geometric patterns whereas Acoustic Pulp options extra subdued, impartial tones. BAUX’s Stockholm stand even resembles a classical temple, with arched frescoes which are made up of BAUX sound absorbers, all created by Johan Ronnestam in collaboration with design studio Type Us With Love.
At Stockholm this 12 months, in addition they launched The E book of Acoustics, a information to how acoustic design can contribute to rest and restoration, decrease blood stress, decreased ranges of cortisol and adrenaline, regeneration of mind cells, improved high quality of sleep, and much more emotions of empathy and persistence. At The Temple of Sound, guests have been invited in to check the ebook and gauge their data of sound in an inspiring atmosphere.
“As we speak we spend a big a part of our lives within the workplace, the design of which might strongly affect our well being and wellbeing, notably in terms of sound and noise. At BAUX we contemplate it a key objective to enhance the acoustic design of such areas…We hope that this sensible information will likely be of use to designers, architects and employers, all of whom share a accountability for the wellbeing of individuals of their workplaces,” says Fredrik Franzon, co-founder of BAUX.
Images by Jonas Lindström.