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Wood-bending experiments by Switzerland-based Dukta are combined with an acoustic system by Bernd Benninghoff in Flow (14.5 centimetres thick) and Wave (1.9 to 10 centimetres thick), two rippling panels of textile-like wood.

An intricate cutting pattern gives the surface its flexibility; Wave is available in variously sized sheets and both are made from Baltic birch plywood.

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