Aircone is an acoustical panel designed by Swedish designer Stefan Borselius for Swedish manufacturer Abstracta. The innovative system is based on the successful sound-absorbant partition Airflake, the first product designed by Stefan Borselius in collaboration with Abstracta in 2006.
The design of the Aircone is much simpler compared to the Airflake, which is used a snowflake as inspiration. The triangular shapes can be combined in a multitude of way, virtually creating an infinite pattern possibilities. Each module is angled, and has a tapered shape, which helps diffuse sound waves, and therefore creating a better environment.
The modules are assembled together using small clips and is built out of “compression-moulded fabric-covered fibre felt”. The modules come in a variety of neutral and bright colours to allow for endless creative patterns suitable for any environment.
The sound-absorbing system can be hung from the ceiling or against the wall on an aluminum rail.
*All images and information courtesy of Abstracta.