A playful acoustic solution made from BuzziFelt that dampens noise and defines space.
BUZZIFALLS PLAIN, LEAVES, BIRCH, ROYAL, ALHAMBRA, ORIENT, RAIN, PEBBLE, SKYLINE NEW YORK, SKYLINE CHICAGO,SKYLINE SAN FRANCISCO, SKYLINE ATLANTA, SKYLINE LONDON, SKYLINE PARIS AND BUZZIFALLS STANDING
- Stocked styles, finishes and colours may vary
- Two Lengths 2500mm & 2200mm
- Suspend from a Ceiling
- Mount to a Wall
- 14 Patterns
- Two-tone colour available
- Dampens Noise
Lead Time Guide: 10-12 Weeks
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BuzziFalls is an acoustic screening solution used to divide spaces. It can be suspended from the ceiling, wall or ceiling mounted or used as a free-standing or folding screen. BuzziFalls comes in one width and various lengths, made using two layers of BuzzFelt. There are 14 patterns available in any BuzziFelt colour with a two tone or (bi-colour) option available. With an option of a single track BuzziFalls Rail, the ceiling mounted panels can be moved from side to side, creating movable room dividers that shift from private to public space. An extra rail extension is also available. The freestanding screen is finished with a power coated aluminium frame with adjustable feet, hinges and optional baseplate. Additional panels are also available.
Sas Adriaenssens is an all-round-designer from Antwerp, Belgium. She graduated with masters in graphic arts and illustrations' and naturally grew, after a few additional years of marketing, into the world of interior and product design.
After years of experience in small and bigger companies, she became independent to create her own cocktail of creativity and practical organisation. She prefers to look at herself as a creative problem solver with compulsive feeling for aesthetics and divides her energy over design, company coaching, image building, free painting and other opportunities in which her talents could be an asset.
Her designs for Buzzispace have won quite a few prizes in recent years, mostly for their innovative and ecologic character. As a designer she believes strongly in the crossover between different areas in technology and industries: from that kind of birds-eye-view one can have a much larger total image and be able to come down to much more concentrated conclusions that can be resolved with unexpected but very achievable tools.