Do you want to reduce the sound pressure in an office, studio or somewhere else? There are several basic approaches to reducing sound: increasing the distance between source and receiver, using noise barriers to reflect or absorb the energy of the sound waves, using damping structures such as sound baffles, or using active antinoise sound generators. The LOOP products we present you today were spotted on archiproducts.com and they represent sound absorbing wool panels that can reduce sound leakage to/from adjacent rooms or outdoors. LOOP panels can suppress unwanted indirect sound waves such as reflections that cause echoes and resonances that cause reverberation, too. The products are realized by Anne Kyyrö Quinn, one of Britain’s leading manufacturers of handcrafted interior textiles.
Most of them are made of wool felt. Resembling artworks more than conventional fabrics, the contemporary creations produced by the Anne Kyyrö Quinn studio are not textiles as you once knew them. Cut, sewn and finished by hand, their unique choice of luxury natural fabrics are crafted into interior textiles designed to harmonise timelessly with any setting.
Each product is conceived as a gesture of simplicity, yet, they make space for bold colours, rich textures and striking motifs.
Anne Kyyrö Quinn’s sculptural approach has pioneered a new genre of interior textiles based on three-dimensional structure rather than smooth surface ornamentation.
The products are based on a portfolio of eighteen core designs inspired by organic shapes and expressed with Scandinavian simplicity.
The wool panels designed to reduce sound have various shapes and colors.
A pink hedgehog that reduces sound! :)
It was designed to reduce sound, but it can easily function as a decorative object.
An elegant way to reduce sound in a meeting area.
The products bridge the gulf between the urban interior and the natural landscape, and bring an elegant, unassuming beauty into everyday life.