Posted on 26th April, 2018


Artnovion’s new Flow acoustic panels promise to deliver improved acoustics as well as adding a striking appearance to any room.

Let’s face it, they probably wouldn’t look out of place on the set of a sci-fi flick, either.

The Flow panels are hybrids that combine an acoustic core with a carefully calibrated diffuser. This dual functionality breaks away from the traditional parameters of acoustic design and creates new paths to solve excessive reverberation and uneven sound fields.

The panel's acoustic cores are formed by strategically interweaving acoustic foam with Helmholtz resonators over a sealed air cavity to deliver maximum performance. The parallel slats are designed to break-up incoming waves with a uniform reflection pattern to create homogenous sound fields.

Perhaps the most striking aspect of the Flow panels are the design possibilities they offer. Their parametric form (a trending architectural style, and unique to the acoustic scene), creates a pattern that flows along a room’s walls, morphing and unfolding according to your point of view.

Made from a selection of solid woods, with a range of colour options, the Flow range of panels open up a new dimension of acoustic design.

Artnovion’s beautiful designs are created to deliver the best performance, and with as little waste material as possible to ensure minimal environmental impact.

Jorge Castro, Artnovion CEO told StereoNET:

Sound is an audacious and powerful living element. An element that shapes the perception of our universe and embraces our senses. Curious about this elegant interaction I have nurtured a passion for sound ever since I can remember.

Driven by the challenges of unravelling the mysteries of sound, I have been traveling through an extraordinary life journey of studying, imagining and creating acoustic innovation.

Artnovion has become my life’s mission, the canvas I created to share this journey with you.

For more information visit Artnovion.

Originally published as Artnovion Releases Flow Acoustic Panels

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