Zenith Interiors latest product BuzziFalls marries contemporary art and clever functionality with innovative acoustic solutions, and provides an invaluable asset in environments where productivity is paramount.
October 2nd, 2015
BuzziFalls are floating, decorative panels that offer artistic style with acoustic benefits. Designed to tackle the challenges unique to open-floor plan environments, BuzziFalls is an elegant art piece and room dividing solution in one, designed by Sas Adriaenssens.
BuzziFalls’ myriad of intricate patterns reference art, architecture, nature and urban cityscapes, and it is manufactured out of a double layer of BuzziFelt CNC cut. BuzziFelt is BuzziSpace’s premiere acoustic and sustainable material.
The product can serve as a decorative room divider or be hung in front of a wall, acting as dimensional wallpaper with acoustic properties. BuzziFalls is available in a fixed width and two fixed lengths.
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