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BAUX Acoustic Pulp 100% Bio-Based Panels Inspired by Origami, Cut by Laser

100% bio-based BAUX Acoustic Pulp panels are manufactured without a single ounce of chemicals and effectively absorb sound in all interiors.

The BAUX exhibit at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair was something to behold, a monochromatic and minimalist pantheon built at architectural scale, a display that earned the architectural acoustic material company the Editors’ Choice for “Best Stand Award”. The assemblage wasn’t merely for show, but also for tell effectively demonstrating the aesthetic and functional properties of their latest release: 100% bio-based and laser perforated Acoustic Pulp Panels.

Firsthand experience encompassed within the BAUX exhibit at the Stockholm Furniture Fair offered a convincing argument for the efficacy of the Scandinavian-designed panels, with the ever-present environmental clamor of the packed trade show dulled immediately into an oasis we felt little desire to leave. Photos by: Jonas Lindström The materials used to manufacture each BAUX Acoustic Pulp panel practically reads like the ingredients list for an edible health food rather than an architectural building material: sustainably harvested Swedish fir and pine trees, recycled water, citrus fruit peels, non-GMO wheat bran, potato starch, and plant-derived wax.

BAUX’s commitment to creating a 100% bio-based resource for buildings extends to the limited, but pleasing range of three naturally derived hues achieved by adding varying percentag...
Source: design-milk