BuzziSpace

Moss Muffle

BuzziMood, a new acoustical wall solution, blends materials found in nature with exceptional sound absorption capabilities. BuzziSpace collaborated with American designer Cory Grosser to create BuzziMood, an organic alternative to conventional noise control solutions with preserved reindeer moss as its primary material. Moss is an excellent, naturally occurring absorber of sound. The structured acoustic wall panels are available in seven geometric shapes, which can be mixed-and matched to create graphic wall art.

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Goodbye to Noisy Spaces

A recognizable hat-shaped decorative pendant with excellent sound absorption capabilities, BuzziHat’s unique design combines an upholstered component with a metal shade. The upholstered foam body is available in a wide palette of color and fabric combinations, while the metal shade and ring come in four finishes (black, white, beige, red and gold). Colors and fabric can be mixed. The luminaire produces 2000 lumens at 3000K. As of June 2018, all new Buzzi lighting products will be UL listed.

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Silent Spark

During the company’s 10th anniversary celebration in Antwerp, acoustic furniture experts, BuzziSpace, introduced BuzziSpark, a cheeky name for a modern take on a traditional vis-à-vis settee. BuzziSpark’s final dimensions and details went through several iterations before the seasoned designer’s Alain Gilles creation was finalized. The elegant concept features comfort in its cushions and low-to-the-ground frame. Visual and acoustic privacy are achieved through higher curvilinear sidewalls. The simple framing hugs the exterior and comes in standard black, but will be made to order to customers’ specifications to coordinate with fabric when desired. It will be available

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Placid Pleats

BuzziSpace’s BuzziPleat may be suspended at any height, helping to mitigate noise in spaces from classrooms to cathedrals. The acoustical genius of the product comes in the form of its pleated design, which maximizes surface area and forms an ideal material-to-airspace ratio, maximizing the product’s acoustical properties. The hand-assembled acoustical cloud contributes to dynamic design topography while creating a biophilic event for the brain, suggests designer Anastasia Su of 13&9. “With the digital overload, we need smart and simple solutions to balance that shift with the physical world and biophilia.” Designers may use BuzziSpace’s ingenious RT60 app t

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