Acoustics is a series of sound absorbing textile panels with a woven 3D structure. Due to their ribbed texture and the thickness of the materials, these fabrics absorb and reflect sound waves much better than flat textiles; thus contributing to a more muted environment.
Where texture and technique meet, singular fabrics arise. After the successful Slumber poufs and plaids, Casalis decided to renew its collaboration with Aleksandra Gaca. The Polish designer developed Cello, a 3D textile, a superbly woven fabric that not only offers good acoustic absorption but is aesthetically pleasing as well. An artful combination of matte and gloss, hard and soft. This fabric can be used for sound proof panelling hung on walls. There is the flexibility to cover whole rooms or just the side of an object.
Quality & Design | Aleksandra Gaca
Colours | Liset van der Scheer