Soundwave Pix panels by Jean-Marie Massaud for Offect

Soundwave Pix panels by Jean-Marie Massaud for Offect

Earlier this year at Stockholm Furniture Fair, Swedish brand Offect launched the latest addition to its impressive collection of Soundwave® acoustic panels. The Soundwave® Pix panels by Jean-Marie Massaud are inspired by the keys on a computer keyboard.

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The modular design of the Soundwave® Pix panels allows designers and architects to create unique displays by combining different colors and forms.

Designed to absorb unwanted and disturbing noises, the panels are perfect for commercial and office interiors. The panels are available in two sizes: a square 292 x 292 mm panel and a rectangular 146 x 292 mm.

For more information email or call +46 (0)504-415 00

About the manufacturer: Offecct was founded in 1990 by CEO Kurt Tingdal and Design Manager Anders Englund, and is based in Tibro, Sweden. Offecct has grown rapidly to become a major furniture manufacturer that employs 42 people  with sales of SEK 115 million, with more than 50% of the sales made up of exports to 55 countries. Offecct believes that qualitative, innovative and sustainable design creates interiors that have a positive impact on people – in meetings, at home and at work. Offecct works closely with some of the world's most renowned designers.
About the Designer: Jean-Marie Massaud was born in Toulouse in 1966. He graduated from Les Ateliers, Ecole Nationale Sup©rieure de Cr©ation Industrielle, in Paris, in 1990. He has since worked for various design studios in Asia and France. In 1994, he established his own studio in Paris, specialising in industrial and interior design for European and Japanese companies such as Yves Saint Laurent, Renault, Cappellini and Magis. At present, he develops, together with Daniel Pouzet, architectural projects for both public and private clients. At present, Jean-Marie Massaud works for companies such as Armani, Cacharel, Cappellini, Moroso, Lancôme, Magis, Yves Saint-Laurent and Viccarbe.

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