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Spinneybeck and FilzFelt Introduce New Acoustic Products
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Spinneybeck and FilzFelt just introduced brand-new acoustic products at this year’s NeoCon, all of which were integrated into the Knoll showroom. Take a look.

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Designer Lars Beller Fjetland created the Beller Collection for Spinneybeck, which sees a new material being introduced to the company – cork. The acoustically absorptive, composite cork tiles were inspired by traditional shoe sole molding techniques.

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Architecture Research Office used repetition and pattern for their 100% wool felt FilzFelt Block modular panels. The easy-to-install system comes in various shapes and colors to give your walls a customizable look.

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Architecture Research Office’s Shingle is a system of individual panels that create a shingled look when placed on large surfaces.

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Submaterial and FilzFelt joined together to create seven designs of acoustic wallcoverings in two natural materials – wool felt and cork composite backing.

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We covered Link awhile back. It’s a customizable and modular system, designed by Gensler, that helps reduce noise while adding a fun, colorful design element.

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Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.