Felt Walls

Anne Kyyro Quinn's works in felt have always trapped our attention; we appreciate the endless explorations for transforming a simple and traditional material into fantastic three-dimensional surfaces.
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The London based designer proposes a series of stunning wall coverings which, based in the acoustic properties of the 100% wool felt and the intricated three-dimensional surface, reduce significantly the noise levels. Made of felt strings bent and sewn in different ways create a complex surface with multiple tiny cavities that absorb the sound waves as an acoustic sponge.

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Year: 2009
Materials: wool felt

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wow. i like the way the acoustic walls look. great work. how to get in in germany 4 my studio?

 

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