When considering the design of a space, physical factors such as color, existing architecture, light, branding, and other common elements of design immediately come to mind. But what about invisible factors, such as sound?
Addressing acoustics in any public space is important. As mentioned on Interiors & Sources, “Many public spaces are designed to enable the users to hear the space and the level of activity and excitement within it. But excessive amounts of uncontrolled acoustic energy (sound) will interfere with both the understanding of speech and the enjoyment of music.”
The Leaf Lamp Series by Green Furniture Concept can not only address the acoustical properties of a space, but also provides light simultaneously.
As mentioned on their website, “A soft and natural ambiance shaper both visually and acoustically. Foliage of wool felt that absorbs sound (A-class) and radically improves the speech perception in a room. Grand light trees in scale with grand interiors as well as pendants and standing lamps of Ø80cm and Ø130cm.”
With 3 options to choose from: Leaf Lamp Floor, Leaf Lamp Pendant, and Leaf Lamp Tree, the Leaf Lamp Series is as functional as it is modern and attractive, and is a statement piece in every space. Click to view these unique pieces in select spaces: