Karim Rashid’s Sound-absorbing Wall Panels


Made out of molded recyclable polyester fiber and coming in four shades that range from hot fuchsia to plain white, the Soundwave Flo wall panels designed by Karim Rashid (for Swedish furniture company Offecct) are making big noise in the designing world. Forged to help reduce disturbing reflections of the outside environment, the lightweight sound absorbers will dampen any frequency beyond 500 Hz. Ideal for rooms that range from home theaters to living rooms and restaurants to office spaces, the best part is that you can just stick these blocks on without having to get them fixed. A simple and stylish solution to get some peace and quiet around, don’t you think?


One Response to “Karim Rashid’s Sound-absorbing Wall Panels”

  1. Liza Says:

    Not that I’m impressed a lot, but this is a lot more than I expected for when I stumpled upon a link on Digg telling that the info is quite decent. Thanks.

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