A stylish acoustic treatment, Materialised is bringing Nufelt to Australian shores, a wool-look felt wall covering made to suit any aesthetic.
September 7th, 2021
Acoustics have always provided the ability to moderate sound levels within a multitude of spaces, but we are beginning to see the evolution of acoustic treatments as design statements. Materialised has launched yet another speciality wall covering, that joins a family of high quality acoustic products. Introducing Nufelt, a high-performance, sustainable, flame retardant acoustical wall covering, that doubles as an elegant wool-look felt wall covering.
Nufelt’s strength lies in its subtlety. Most solutions for acoustic absorption involve invasive fibrous matter. Yet Nufelt, being only 3mm thick and an economical 160cm width, offers an attractive aesthetic solution at a nominal cost. As an added bonus, it can also be installed by your favourite wall covering installer.
Acoustics, and Nufelt in particular, provide intimacy in unexpected moments. Smooth to the touch, the stylish wall covering does away with excessive sound to bring a certain closeness to spaces in which it is implemented.
Nufelt possesses a range of antimicrobial and sustainable properties, made of 100 per cent recycled polyester, being GREENGUARD certified, cadmium and mercury free, as well as containing no heavy metals. With a flammability rating of AS/NZS 3837-1998, Group 1 and an NRC of 0.2, Nufelt is ideal for commercial wall covering, partitions, screens, ceiling panels and pinboards.
Nufelt is available in 19 colourways ensuring it fits within any aesthetic, adding texture and sound absorption to your projects. Materialised are able to lend a hand in coordinating high performance furnishing textiles and art to complete the scheme.
Nufelt sampling is available now through Materialised. To get your hands on these samples, make your way over to materialised.com.au.
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