Scala Wall Panel

”A perfectly simple interaction between material and form”
Design by: Anya Sebton

Scala sound absorbing panels – a playful paraphrase on corrugated iron that simultaneously employs the functionality of the shape. ”The inspiration comes from the many houses in Iceland, where not only the roofs, but the facades too, are covered by corrugated iron. It gave birth to the idea of bringing it into the space”, explains award-winning designer Anya Sebton. The design of this sound absorbing panel is not only developed for visual reasons, but primarily to contribute to a softer soundscape.

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  • The panels are installed discreetly on a wall using invisible metal fittings in the rear of the panel (included).

  • You can either choose have the panels upholstered or not. When no upholstery is added, called "Soundfelt VF", the panels are Fire Classified (Result B-s1,d0) according to test standard EN-13501.

  • The sound absorbing raw material is made from polyester containing recycled PET bottles.

Anya Sebton

Anya Sebton is an award-winning designer and interior designer with commissions from leading Scandinavian producers including Lammhults, Asplund and Abstracta.

Technical specification

  • Scala Wall
    (wxh mm)

    1207×1600 mm
    1600×1207 mm
    1207×2300 mm
    2300×1207 mm

  • NOTE:
    We recommend having a small gap between joins to keep panels in line.

Materials and colours

NB colours on screen may differ slightly to the actual colour.

Price group

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  • -017

    Dark grey

  • -016


  • -015



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