Working in partnership with interior design firm Pophouse, this designer collection of printed acoustic tiles celebrates Detroit’s architectural history. In these soundscaping tile designs, new materials and technology meet a city’s design legacy of forward-looking architects. We are proud to present the 1912 Collection by Pophouse.
Minimum Acoustic NRC Rating
Acoufelt’s QuietPrint technology lays high resolution graphics on our smooth, sound absorbent FiloSorb technical felt. The felt is so smooth and the printing so light that the material retains its soundscaping capacity with the surface overprinted. This capability has opened the doors to designers and architects like Pophouse to build wonderful sound management installations.
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.45 – .60 minimum
See specification sheet for a full list of available sizes
AS ISO 9705: 2003 Group 1, ASTM E84-17a Class A, ISO 9705: 1993 Group 1
NEW – CAN/ULC S102-2018
Acoufelt’s QuietPrint technology lays high-resolution graphics on our smooth, sound-absorbent FilaSorb technical felt. The felt is so smooth and the printing so light that the material retains its soundscaping capacity with the surface overprinted. This capability has opened the doors to designers and architects like Pophouse to build wonderful sound management installations.
1. Select a shape.
Soundscape your space by placing enough sound absorption where it will have the greatest impact. Hint: adjoining surfaces with sound-absorbing materials reduce reverberation more efficiently.
2. Select a color.
Choose from our broad palette and pattern gallery, or use our custom capabilities to design your own.
3. Select a size.
Take the dimensions and get in touch so we can help you soundscape your space efficiently.