Acoustic furniture absorbs low-frequency sound waves and therefore often works well as a complement to traditional screens and sound absorbers in the modern office.
When a room is about to be acoustically furnished, it is perhaps primarily screens and sound absorbers that come to mind, which of course is good. But also keep in mind that the furniture in the room itself, such as upholstered seating, tables and bookshelves, can also act as sound dampeners. Abstracta offers several pieces of acoustic furniture where the sound-absorbing function is hidden and integrated. The multifaceted series dB is designed by Thomas Bernstrand with the aim of making public environments and workplaces less rigid and more flexible. Textile waste from Abstracta’s own factory is used as acoustic filling in the series. In this way, both the product’s climate footprint and the levels of low-frequency noise are reduced. The series includes poufs, sound-absorbing tables and various types of acoustic columns that are equipped with practical functions: newspaper holder, clothes hook, whiteboard, trash can and flower pot. These types of products are thus incredibly useful in most types of environments. Place the acoustic furniture in the room to absorb unpleasant sound reflections while the products offer other types of practical functions to the room.