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Flux by Arktura

Though preconfigured, these easy-to-install, approximately 152-by- 182-centimetre hexagonal modules express a dynamic, site-specific character. A recent addition to the SoftGrid series, Flux can be specified in 30 colours and finishes, including the wood-grain texture shown. arktura.com

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Octave by Unika Vaev

Part of the Ecoustic baffle collection, Octave can be mounted on existing rail and suspension systems in horizontal orientations, as well as custom- installed to walls, suspended from cables or introduced as free- standing partitions. Two sizes of the recyclable PET fins are available; each is sold in 11 bold or neutral colours. unikavaev.com

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Switchblade by Turf

A magnetic system that snaps to existing tee grids, Switchblade features three designs – Classic, Organic and Geometric – in three depths that can be mixed and matched to create angular, undulating or staggered installations. Made from 99 per cent recycled PET felt, the line comes in 17 colourways. turf.design

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Metalworks Torsion Spring Shapes by Armstrong

Comprising 12 standard 2D shapes, three triangular 3D panels and three hexagons, this system of perforated and unperforated metal units can be installed in near-endless configurations. Four standard finishes include black, white and two grey tones; a full spectrum of custom colours is also offered. armstrongceilings.com

4 Baffle Systems that Add Style to Sound Insulation

From Arktura, Unika Vaev, Turf and Armstrong, these ceiling modules are equal parts acoustic solution and artistic installation.

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