Suspended Sound Absorbing Panels

Suspended Sound Absorbing Panels by Snowsound are the synthesis between the need to improve the acoustics in rooms and the desire to propose furniture elements and architectural products of Italian design.

Sound is formed by waves that tend to be reflected from solid surfaces having limited absorption capacity. When sound is not controlled, it turns into noise. Spaces with materials like concrete, metal or glass, often create very disturbing and bothersome echoes and reverberation – what we perceive as noisy. Sound absorbing materials are created from the need to improve acoustics in these environments. 

The acoustic characteristics of traditional panels and modern felt panels tend to demonstrate less capacity to absorb low frequencies (below 500 Hz), progressively more with regard to the midrange (between 500 and 2,000 Hz) and to a greater extent with regard to the high frequencies (above 2,000 Hz). Thanks to the Snowsound technologies, the acoustic performance of Snowsound suspended products solves all problems related to excessive reverberation in closed environments, particularly in offices, conference rooms, public spaces like lobbies and lounges, and in restaurants. This is achieved in a completely eco-friendly way, starting from 100% recyclable materials.

All Snowsound Suspended Sound Absorbing Panels were tested in a reverberation room according to ISO 354 / ASTM C423 standards obtaining “Class A sound absorption” to ISO 11654 standards.

design Caimi Lab
design Alberto and Francesco Meda
design (a+b) Annalisa Dominoni, Benedetto Quaquaro
design Mario Trimarchi
design (a+b) Annalisa Dominoni, Benedetto-Quaquaro
design-(a+b)-Annalisa-Dominoni,-Benedetto-Quaquaro
design Marc Sadler, Marc-Sadler
design Alberto and Francesco Meda
desig (a+b) Annalisa Dominoni, Benedetto Quaquaro

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design by Gio Ponti
design Sezgin Aksu
design Sezgin Aksu
design Alberto and Francesco Meda
design Caimi Lab
design Alberto and Francesco Meda
design Marc Sadler
design Marc Sadler
design Caimi Lab
design Moreno Ferrari
design Michele De Lucchi
design Alessandro and Francesco Mendini
design (a+b) Annalisa Dominoni, Benedetto Quaquaro

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