Crossover elevates the traditional acoustic wallcovering with three-dimensional patterning. This collection inspired by building facades discovered on a road trip features over ninety colors of wool felt on three colors of acoustic substrate. This sound soaking acoustic system ships complete with standard Z-Clips for easy hanging in no time flat.
Color Option 1-Color of felt + 1-Color of substrate per wall
Trim Option Extension Panels
Device Cut-out Options Flat Panel with V-cuts
Flat Panel without V-Cuts
Extension Panels with Wall Exposed
Custom 2-Color+ per wall is available and must be quoted
Durability Contract or residential
Lead Time Made to order and certain lead times will apply
Installation Installs with Z-Clips provided (wall screws not included)
Maintenance Vacuum occasionally to remove general air-borne debris. Should soiling occur, spot clean with mild soap and lukewarm water. Avoid aggressive rubbing as this can continue the felting process and change the surface appearance of the felt. Refer to 100% Wool Design Felt Maintenance + Cleaning for detailed care instructions.
Variation Wool felt is a natural material and color variation and inclusions of natural fiber on the surface are evidence of the 100% natural origin of the material. Product color is only indicative, as it is not possible to assure consistency of color in a natural product due to the natural color of raw wool and absorption of dyes. Color matching cannot be guaranteed between individual tiles and expect color variation beyond the normal commercial range.
Environmental 100% Wool Design Felt is 100% biodegradable/compostable and Akustika 10 contains minimum 60% post-consumer recycled content and is 100% recyclable
Contains no formaldehyde, 100% VOC free, no chemical irritants, and free of harmful substances
Bernd Benninghoff works as a furniture designer and interior architect based in Mainz, Germany. Since 2000, his design studio has developed serial furniture as well as room and exhibition concepts for international clients. For Bernd, objects and spatial context are interrelated. It is important for him to use authentic materials and appropriate manufacturing processes—in search of meaningful design solutions and room experiences with an independent character.