BuzziBlox by BuzziSpaceNovember 22, 2016
Available in square, rectangle, hexagon, and pentagon shapes, BuzziBlox features panels of different depths, “developed to tune a room in the speech spectrum range and especially in the low and mid frequencies.” The different depths also give BuzziBlox a sculptural quality.
Thick layers of foam ensure that sound waves don’t reflect back into the room, which gives the room “a more pleasant sound experience.” And the different shapes, upholstery, and depths create a one-of-a-kind piece of wall art, turning the practical necessity of sound absorption into an aesthetic opportunity.
See BuzziBlox and other acoustical products at www.buzzi.space.
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