Unika Vaev and designer Bryndís Bolladóttir have vastly improved the acoustics of architectural glass. With a fast and easy addition, Kula turns glass into an eco-friendly, sound-damping surface—an "acoustic solution of great properties."
Kula is comprised of pure Icelandic wool surrounding a wooden-framed half-moon. Simply screw in the supplied suction cup and align the sides to make the magic that is Kula, creating a sublime interstellar aesthetic in the bargain.
Indeed, Kula’s look is so cool that the acoustical improvement is like icing on the cake.
The globes may be installed singly or in groupings. For best performance, Unika Vaev recommends covering 35% of the wall, with space between units not to exceed one foot.
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