Two Detroit-based companies, Acoufelt and Pophouse, have launched an exclusive collection of QuietPrint™ acoustic panels, titled ‘1912.’ The partnership merges Acoufelt’s acoustic expertise and capabilities with the design intelligence of Detroit-based Pophouse, resulting in a collection that is classic yet purposeful.
Using a narrative-driven approach, the design team at Pophouse composed a collection of five classically inspired patterns across fresh colorways. Celebrating craftsmanship, texture, and technology, the 1912 Collection pulls inspiration from original hand-painted textures, a playful exploration into shape and form, and the rich cultural and architectural landscape of Detroit.
The Collection’s unique play of linework and pattern is derived from Detroit’s Art Deco architectural legacy to create a diverse mix of timeless pattern vignettes. Hand-painted works created by the Pophouse design team were then digitally incorporated into the patterns, bringing a unique marbleized texture to the forefront. All while maintaining the expert acoustic principles that Acoufelt has perfected.
Proper sound management within the built environment increases one’s ability to understand, communicate and focus.
“This partnership is important because acoustics are a crucial design element when creating comfortable shared spaces – for productivity and the mental and physical well-being of occupants,” said Jennifer Janus, President of Pophouse. “By elevating the design of these acoustic products, we can bring form and function together to create an environment that looks as good as it performs.”
The partnership between Acoufelt and Pophouse unites two distinct yet congruent customer-centric experiential design cultures. Acoufelt brings their industry-leading sound technology and Pophouse brings their innovative design concepts to create an acoustic panel that has high performance and quality design elements. Both companies share a commitment to utilizing functional design and innovation to solve real customer problems.
“We are impressed and excited by the passion, knowledge, and design vision displayed by Jennifer and her design team at Pophouse,” said Ben Grace, Acoufelt founder and CEO. “Proper sound management within the built environment increases one’s ability to understand, communicate and focus. Acoufelt provides this contribution through acoustic expertise, quality materials and design excellence.”
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At Acoufelt we source clean, quality regenerated PET fibers for use in our acoustic products. These fibers are made for recycled bottles that would normally go to landfill, closing the loop on a valuable resource.
- Exclusive FilaSorb Felt Material
- 48” x 110” Panels
- 12mm or 1/2” Thickness
- NRC value .45 – .60
- 60% Minimum Recycled Content
- Declare Certification
- LCB Red List Free
- Low VOC