These textile and acoustic products are both functional and sustainable

These new textiles and acoustic surfaces prioritize sustainability. Many products meet or exceed the criteria required to help projects earn LEED, GreedGuard Gold, WELL, and other certifications.

pink acoustic panel
(Courtesy Impact Acoustic)

ARCHISONIC Cotton Acoustic Absorber
Impact Acoustic

chairs against purple wall
(Courtesy Kirei)

Dash Tile

dining table under gabled rafters
(Courtesy Armstrong)

FeltWorks Blades VarAffix Panels

textiles grouped together
(Courtesy Keilhauer)

Nova Textile

Pindrop 01
(Courtesy Momentum Tiles)

Pindrop Rigid Acoustic Solutions
Momentum Tiles

(Courtesy Kaynemaile)

RE/8 Bio-Circular Architectural Mesh

(Courtesy Designtex)

Silicone Symphony Textiles

white kitchen
(Courtesy Serge Ferrari Group)

Soltis Loop Sunmate
Serge Ferrari Group

red chair with green acoustic wall
(Courtesy Turf Design)

Wall Scapes Acoustic Collection
Turf Design

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