Following its debut at the Stockholm Furniture Fair last year, acoustic panelling brand Baux returns to the fair this year with a new collection. Working once again with Stockholm-based Studio, Form Us With Love, the new collection features large-scale patterns.
Using a new wider format, Form Us With Love has produced five new panel designs using 22 colors inspired the Scandinavian landscape.
The wider panels measure 116 x 53 cm are built to cover volume while at the same time generating a more tranquil effect. "The Acoustic panel collection inspires us to create holistic interiors at scale," explain the designers. "By using large patterns, we can integrate empty walls and open plan spaces in a both practical and emotional way."
Inspired by the landscape the acoustic panels transform the atmosphere of any room into a warm, quiet and beautiful space. "The pattern resembles the view of nature that we are surrounded by," say Form Us With Love. "Imagine the scenic view form a train or car window while traveling at high speed through a Nordic landscape - deep blues, dark greens and earthy browns."
The Baux Acoustic Panels are made from wood, water and cement, and are manufactured in the deep forest of SmÃ¥land in Sweden with zero waste. The wood wool is harvested directly from the spruce trees that grow nearby. Like the previous collection, the panels have moisture-regulating as well as sound-dampening properties as well as providing natural insulation.
The new Baux Acoustic Panels will be presented at the Stockholm Light and Furniture Fair during the 3-7 February. Booth A04:14
About the manufacturer: A joint ventures between entrepreneurs Johan Ronnestam and Fredrik Franzon and the founding partners of design studio Form Us With Love - Jonas Pettersson, John LÃ¶fgren and Petrus Palm©r - Baux is a new Swedish acoustic tile brand. With the belief that building materials should be both functional and beautiful, Baux designs, produces and markets functional construction materials that meet the contemporary expectations of architects, engineers and builders without compromising tomorrow's safety and environmental standards.