Framed Acoustic Panels


Acoustic panel
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Sound absorbing wall decor
Primarily cotton and polyester
Wood species
64 mm
988 mm
588 mm
Absorbtion class
Class B


Kiø framed acoustic panels are made out of repurposed textile felt and upcycled discarded wood from a major Danish contractor. This unique product can be used as a decorative and sound-absorbing wall piece. The textile felt used for Kiø is produced from worn-out workwear that can no longer be used for clothing or in other secondary clothing production. We have developed a method of sorting, where we acquire pure, clean fractions, which ensures high quality of the end product. After sorting, the fabric is shredded; going from a woven material, to becoming small, short fibres. The fibres are mixed with binders and a fire retardant. Finally, the materials are felted together into non-woven acoustic batts. For this product, we have combined the textile felt with a frame made from douglas. The name 'Kiø' takes it inspiration from Kyoto, the traditional capital of Japan, where the classic Shoji screens (rice paper walls) are found many places.
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Installation guide

This is just a quick overview of the steps that you need to follow. All the topics are described in detail in the downloadable installation sheet.

  1. Measure the surface of application. Decide if:
    1. Panels will be orientated horizontally or vertically. (Measurements are 988×588)
  2. Order the required amount panels
  3. Mount Kiø panels
    1. Mark the desired height, minus 30 mm.
  1. Fixate two brackets to the surface of application with 45 cm in between for vertical orientation or 60 cm for horizontal (center to center).
  2. Hang the panel onto the brackets (Note: The grove is hidden behind the textile batt)

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