Stefan Borselius has designed a new sound-absorbent panel system for Abstracta with the aim to let nature in. Named Airleaf, the system consists of leaf-shaped modules that can be combined into sound-absorbent screens in a variety of patterns and colours.
The idea is that it shall be possible to create everything from organic foliage to graphical shapes.
– Stefan Borselius
Airleaf is made to create pleasant soundscapes while preserving spatial openness. The degree of openness depends on how you combine the leaves.
Each leaf is made out of moulded felt and is easily hung from the ceiling. The panel system comes in 30 different colours that can be easily combined to create your own sound-absorbent artwork.
Size: 289×467 millimetres.
*All images and information courtesy of Abstracta.