Gorgeous, geometric, and green insulation.
What type of noise do your neighbors torment you with? Songs of the 80s (on repeat) at three in the morning? A healthy, animated (and loud) sex life? A seventh grader who is just learning to play the trombone by dedicating two hours of every afternoon to practice?
I can help.
This functional puzzle of interlocking geometry is a vivid cladding of hexagons. I would dress my walls with these clever shapes even if there were no underlying function, but there is. These little six-sided pieces absorb rogue sounds and provide surface noise insulation brimming with personality.
“It’s an interesting material; simple, good looking and environmentally friendly. Besides, we needed to stop the echoing.
The process of making wood wool cement is quite simple: wood slivers are cut from logs, then mixed with water and cement and put in a mold to dry into shape. The result is a material that is environmentally friendly, water resistant, moisture and sound absorbent.”
An insulation product that’s green and gorgeous? Sign me up.
(Images by Jonas Lindström.)