Moss walls are becoming the preferred choice amongst architects, interior designers and specifiers due to their visual, acoustic and even health implications. This post aims to explore some of the key reasons as to why moss walls are ‘growing’ in popularity within the design/architectural space.
Due to their lush appearance, you may be forgiven for thinking that moss walls require some form of maintenance in order to stop the bright colours from fading and the greenery from falling to the ground. However, what makes moss walls such an attractive acoustic solution is that they require little to no maintenance.
Moss wall panels are the ideal soundproofing solution for a range of environments, including schools, offices, restaurants and bars. These environments typically require an element of acoustic treatment, whilst delivering a strong visual aesthetic. What are acoustic moss wall panels? An acoustic moss wall is a large panel that is covered in specially treated moss. […]
An acoustic moss wall is a large panel that is covered in specially treated moss. Whilst moss walls effectively absorb sound from a range of frequencies, they require little-to-no maintenance, making them the ideal solution for improving speech intelligibility and delivering an impactful aesthetic. It’s commonly believed that we, as humans, have an innate connection […]
Are your internal walls causing disruption in the workplace? Many office environments contain timber framed stud walls. Whilst they fulfill their purpose of separating rooms, these internal walls can cause all sorts of issues for the transmission of noise from one room to the next. The impact of noise transmission Sound transfer between rooms is […]
Thanks to the rise in open-plan offices and industrial warehouse conversions, designers are constantly looking for ways to absorb sound in these large, echoey spaces. As a result, acoustic panels are growing in popularity. With so many options out there, this blog aims to cover the different types of acoustic panels and how they can […]