Furniture, decor and sound insulation
Moulded felt is perfect for manufacturing furniture, furniture components and sound insulation. The freedom of shape, the textile feel and the exciting properties of textiles bring many famous designers to Nordifa’s door. The products can also be combined with woven fabrics or jersey, and laminated with other materials.
One of the main benefits of using textiles is the almost endless choice of design and colour they provide. Designers, interior decorators and manufacturers of office furniture and sound insulating screens have already discovered that textiles create beautiful milieus with a truly natural feel.
When form and colour are combined with the material’s ability to attenuate noise, the result is innovative and multifunctional decor and furnishing components. Anything from advanced moulded screens in any design and size, to silent floors and smart acoustic panels.
In the workplace and in the community, there is a need to separate and protect activities from each other. Textile products frequently offer an effective and simple solution. This may involve, for example, office screens to enable people to speak on the telephone and use machines without disturbing their colleagues, privacy screens and protection against splashes, sun and unwanted noise. The same requirements exist with respect to machinery, gadgets and vehicles.
EXAMPLES OF FURNITURE, DECOR AND SOUND INSULATION
• Acoustic screens between work stations
• Cabinet interior
• Moulded furniture
• Playroom furniture and mats
• Roof and interiors in vehicles
• Self-supporting chairs and stools
• Sound absorbing lampshades
• Sound absorbing wall panels
• Sound insulating felt
• Vertical gardens
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