Soundwave Flo by Karim Rashid for OFFECCTMarch 14, 2017
Known for his playful, amorphous designs, Rashid was inspired by sound waves and digital data, and created a line of panels with wave-like patterns that mimic these elements. Each panel helps reduce environmental sounds in the upper frequency range (500 Hz and above), from voices to the buzzes and pings of smartphones, while adding an eye-catching element to interiors.
Each panel is made using recyclable molded polyester fiber and comes in an array of colors, from bright red to gunmetal grey.
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