Also included in the selection are panels that take cues from historic design periods by Woven Image, a work booth that caters to neurodiverse people by Nook and sound-absorbing lampshades by De Vorm.
Acoustic products have exterior coverings made from compressed fibres such as wool, foam or felt that absorb sound waves, helping to reduce reverberation and dampen general noise levels in enclosed areas.
They are commonly specified in open-plan offices where they help to facilitate both individual and group working, but can also be useful across mixed-use, public, education and healthcare spaces.
Read on to see the latest acoustic products from a variety of internationally recognised manufacturers and brands featured on Dezeen Showroom:
The pods come in small, large and extra large sizes for individual, two-person and four-person use and all feature a sound-absorption system to keep the interior quiet.
The panels are 280 centimetres high and can be applied in continuous planes for a seamless finish and thorough acoustic insulation.
The Zen Pod has minimalist finish options and can facilitate private meetings, calls and focused work without making the user feel isolated from their surroundings.
The fittings facilitate both general illumination and noise regulation, and come in 11 tones including playful bright hues and neutrals.
The pods contain additional extras including mirrors, lighting and vibrating seats to alleviate stress and promote relaxation in individuals with dyslexia, ADHD and autism.
The booths have a lightweight aluminium structure with optional add-ons including whiteboards and bookshelves, as well as interior acoustic panelling.
The four components are named X, Y, T, and L and have an LED strip light encased in a felt acoustic exterior for subtle soundproofing in corporate, office and mixed-use settings.
The pod is named after its ability to easily adapt to its surroundings "like a chameleon", according to the brand.
Impact Acoustic has created a collection of noise regulating wall and ceiling panels with pinstripe detailing.
Vertigo fine is made from recycled plastic bottles and comes in 28 colours.
The booth's glazed wall sections allow light to enter the space and have built in power outlets for efficient working.
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