Acoustic control has become an art form for these three companies making functional and sculptural wall coverings
Anne Kyyrö Quinn
Finland-born Anne Kyyrö Quinn creates one-off acoustic wall coverings that are sliced and sewn into tactile, 3D surfaces. A leading maker of handcrafted textiles, London-based Kyyrö Quinn has created products for hotels, banks and offices in Paris, Zurich, London, Beijing and New York.
Wonderwall Studios produces wall panels made from reclaimed wood that is sourced from old buildings and furniture industry scraps. The rough-textured panels slot together seamlessly and have been used in a number of hospitality, retail and commercial projects.
The Dutch company works with a global network of artisans to select and reclaim a wide range of “characterful” hardwoods. Available in three different designs, the wood acts as a natural sound dampener.
Moko manufactures highly finished wooden panels that fit together to create “vertical sculptures”.
The Hungary-based business creates bespoke designs, as well as a readymade collection of flowing and geometric forms.