This edition of The Indesign Edit explores the carbon neutral products, practices and philosophies of Autex Acoustics, visionaries in the field of sustainable acoustic solutions.
January 23rd, 2023
Autex Acoustics have made history as the first business in the acoustics industry to account for the cost of carbon across their entire product range and manufacturing operations across the globe. They are known worldwide for their ethical transparency, providing an exceptional level of accountability for their products.
Achieving carbon neutrality is no small feat, particularly when doing so across Australia, New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom all at once. For Autex Acoustics this involved designing products which would be completely recyclable at the end of their 100 year lifespan, using recycled materials, and engaging experts at the Evah Institute to undertake independent analyses of environmental impacts.
Product led and editorially curated, the Indesign Edit offers unique insight into outstanding companies and designers across the Australian design industry and beyond. Autex Acoustics provides groundbreaking acoustic solutions across the Education, Workspace and Hospitality sectors in the latest edition of The Edit.
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