Stone Designs brings its third sound absorber to Blå Station. ARC is inspired by the arcades of the Colosseum in Rome and can be used in many vertical and horizontal configurations. The panels deflect irritating sound as the reliefs absorb unwanted sound waves.
ARC sound-absorbing panels reduce ambient noise and echoes in the room and are easily mounted on the wall using a unique and very clever magnetic fixing system.
Starting from the inside with Polyester form felt which is the foundation of the sound absorbers Arc, Gaia and Ginkgo. The form felt not only provides excellent acoustic properties but is also an environmentally sustainable material that consists of an average of 50% recycled plastic (PET) from consumer PET bottles.
To further reduce the use of plastics, there is now the option where the Polyester form felt is mixed with 30% of the renewable material Hemp fibres. The hemp material also gives the product a completely new and exciting expression, while maintaining the acoustic properties.
Dress the panels in textile and invite your creative design ideas with the refined "EU-flower" -labelled wool fabrics, such as Synergy, Hero and Lani that are offered as standard. Sustainable inside and out.
Available in a range of standard stocked felt colours (no minimum per colour) or in a designer fabric finish at an additional charge (minimum of 2 per fabric colour).
Please note the price guide below is based on Light Grey 003, Anthracite 004 and Medium Grey 008 felt finishes.
As this is a fully imported product it is only available in a selected range of European fabrics and finishes.
Available EXCLUSIVELY from P4.
For more information on this product please contact your nearest P4 showroom.
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The sound absorption for Arc has been measured according to the reverberation room method (SS-EN ISO 354:2003) and evaluated according to SS-EN ISO 11654:1997. Absorption class = B.
Arc is tested and approved by Acoustic Facts and has an NRC rating of 0.55
Design your own Arc wall!
Use the Arc Wall Planner and build the Arc layout you like.
Enter the wall measurements and then choose what colours you want to use. The number of Arc panels required in each finish or fabric are collected in a list and you can easily print a drawing that can be helpful during assembly.