Part artwork, part acoustical solution, the Framed series of acoustical panels by Greenmood feature unique sound-absorbing qualities and includes four style categories to offer design flexibility. Belgian designer Alain Gilles developed the collection of “evocative art frames” with abstract motifs of multi-tonal shapes and lines that are interpreted differently by each viewer.
The four pattern families — Geometric, Landscape, Synergy and Harmony — are all made using organically preserved reindeer moss (also known as lichen, and boasting natural acoustic properties) that is framed in specially designed oak wood profiles in four sizes. Each is available in a variety of mix-and-match colours and can also be custom-tinted to suit specific interior aesthetics.
The Geometric category features arched shapes that open to an “undescribed exterior view” and were inspired by photos taken on holiday in Italy’s Lake Garda.
Portraying unspecified panoramas, volumes and straight lines, the Landscape series can be viewed as manicured lawns, pools or ponds as well as cityscapes and coastlines.
Defined by curved shapes in varying overlaps, the options in Synergy nod to interactions between people. The outlines captured within the frame appear as though they are a snippet of something larger yet unseen.
The Harmony line depicts the relationships and sharing of ideas between people and has a more subdued but no less spirited expression.
Since all four style categories of the Framed acoustical panels by Greenmood share visual continuity and similar colour combinations, they can be used separately or in conjunction with one another and efficiently absorb ambient noise in corporate offices or lobbies as well as in private spaces like living rooms and bedrooms.