Soundwave Ennis, Acoustic Panel
Soundwave Ennis, Acoustic Panel
Soundwave Ennis, Acoustic Panel
Soundwave Ennis, Acoustic Panel


Soundwave Ennis, Acoustic Panel

Design: Frank Lloyd Wright.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s mesmerising pattern for the concrete blocks used to build the Ennis House, the last remaining textile block house, has served as futuristic backdrop in movies and made an imprint in history books. Now, the Ennis pattern has been applied on Soundwave©, Offecct’s trademark acoustic panels made of recyclable moulded polyester, and will be used to improve the sound environments in past, present and future architecture.

SOUNDWAVE® series panels are constructed in recyclable moulded polyester fibre, with each panel in the series is designed for a specific acoustic purpose. The wall panels can be combined in different ways to meet the needs of almost any room or environment. Used widely in commercial applications and professional sound engineering and performance environments, SOUNDWAVE® series panels provide both purposeful sound control and esthetic benefits with unparalleled design integrity.

° Soundwave Ennis is designed to be used as lightweight sound absorber in the upper frequency range (500 Hz and above). These panels help reduce disturbing reflections of environmental sounds such as voices, telephones etc. Made in Sweden.

° offecct soundwave pdf file: 6.2 mb

°  peel and stick installation with Velcro tape
°  available in off-white

58.5 cm w x 58.5 cm h x 5 cm d
23" w x 23" h x 2" d

> in stock, warehouse showroom | 1 off white