Swell is an acoustic wall cladding solution distinguished by its expansive, 2.7-metre height and continuous horizontal look.
“Using a concentric circle, the tangency point of Swell is able to match on both the up and down pivot to achieve a direct side by side join,” said Jones & Partners designer Craig Jones.
“This enables Swell’s unique continuous material run with a seamless visual joint.”
Swell’s shape is reminiscent of a wave or loose curtain and has the effect of softening interior environments while dampening noise.
It is made in the UK from a felt-like acoustic material called EchoPanel by Woven Image and heat-moulded using The Collective Agency’s bespoke tooling.
The material is 60 per cent recycled from PET bottles and The Collective Agency makes Swell in 33 trend-driven colours with low-VOC content.
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