The new collection includes a range of meeting pods, acoustic lighting and sound absorbers
New to the market with a refined range of meeting pods, acoustic lighting and sound absorbers, obo’s exclusive collaboration with Mute will support the design firm with upcoming product launches and showcases, acting as Mute’s sole representatives in the UK.
A specialist in interior acoustics since its launch back in 2016, Mute offers a comprehensive portfolio of acoustic products thoughtfully designed to bring harmony to working environments, hotels and other commercial spaces, carefully striking the balance between sound and silence.
Based in Poland, its design philosophy explores aesthetic simplicity while marrying noise reduction with timeless, sustainable design. Mute’s extensive team of in-house sound experts work closely with designers to create products with high acoustic properties.
Furthermore, the brand’s custom-designed and user-friendly MuteApp provides real time feedback on the acoustic properties of a space, allowing users to find the correct solution to optimise interior for acoustic wellbeing.
United by a shared passion for sustainability and human-centric product solutions, obo will champion the brand’s commitment to creating high-quality products, built using durable materials sourced locally in the region of its factory in Poland. Its flagship wood-based products, such as Space pods, Duo, Wall and Blocks, are certified with the FSC Chain of Custody, while its Space family contains 0% formaldehyde and have been VOC tested.
“As we reach the next phase of our ambitious plans for growth and expansion, we are delighted to partner with obo – one of the leading providers of workplace solutions in the UK”, comments Szymon Rychlik, Founder & Managing Director of Mute.
“It is of paramount importance to us that we work with people that truly understand and share our values, making obo and its dedication to world-class customer service, in addition to its unrivalled industry knowledge and expertise, the ideal partner for the next stage in Mute’s development.”
Images courtesy of obo and Mute