Soundwave® Flo, Acoustic panel by Karim Rashid
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Soundwave®

Karim Rashid

Soundwave® Flo, Acoustic panel

Creating Flo, Karim Rashid was inspired by sound waves and digital data. Rashid believs that people today live in a very digital world mentally. We need to catch up with experiental design in the physical world to create a balance. "Through dimension, material, color, code, pattern, texture, line, solid, plane composition I can manifest the digits of binary notation and sound waves to communicate a new itinerant form of super-functional decoration that is current and aesthetic with our new sensual world – let your world flo." /Karim Rashid The Flo panels can be set continuously or broken in different ways. Placed horizontally the pattern conveys a sense of water and vertically it could be described as light waves.

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Technical information

Flo is designed to be used as lightweight sound absorbers in the upper frequency range (500 Hz and above). These panels help reduce disturbing reflections of environmental sounds such as voices, telephones etc. Recyclable moulded polyester fibre in anthracite, grey, and offwhite, alt. upholstered in Europost.

  • Offwhite
  • Grey
  • Anthracite
  • Fuchsia
  • Europost

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Dimensions

Explanation of Dimensions

Height (H), Seat (S), Width, (W), Arm rest (A), Depth (D)


H 585
W 585
D 60

Anthracite
Anthracite

Accessories

  • Basfill

Material declaration Anthracite

WEIGHT (kg) WEIGHT (%)
Textile material 1,0 100
1
Karim Rashid
Karim Rashid

Karim Rashid

Karim Rashid was born in Egypt, raised in England, educated in Canada, and worked in Italy for a few years before opening his own studio in New York in 1993. Rashid has over 3000 designs in production, has won over 300 awards and is working in over 40 countries. Karim Rashid himself describes his work…

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Soundwave®

Creating Flo, Karim Rashid was inspired by sound waves and digital data. Rashid believs that people today live in a very digital world mentally. We need to catch up with experiental design in the physical world to create a balance. "Through dimension, material, color, code,…