Sound absorbing panels, rugs, furniture and acoustic booths
Create a quieter and more productive space with our range of acoustic products. In our portfolio, you’ll find phone booths that enclose noise, soft seating that absorbs noise, and dividing panels that block noise. Many of our acoustic products do double duty, absorbing sound whilst lighting the room, adding greenery, or bringing a touch of colour to the wall or floor.
Acoustic peace is within reach. Our acoustic solutions absorb, attenuate, block, diffuse, and enclose the noise that makes it difficult for you to work. Mix and match from the acoustic categories below to create settings that are just right for your space.
BuzziNest Booth is all you need to reduce distracting noise from any workplace. The compact booth offers a private solo space to work and take calls without being disturbed or disturbing others, even in an open plan office.
HushPhone is an acoustic booth for short phone calls and videoconferences, which provides a comfortable, calm and quiet space to talk.
HushWork is an acoustic booth for individual work. The HushWork pod is equipped with features improving the comfort of individual work, even when it is performed for extended periods.
HushWork.Sit&Stand is an acoustic booth presenting a new approach to individual work in the office.
HushHybrid is an acoustic booth that provides a comfortable, calm and quiet workplace. It is designed for longer phone calls, videoconferences and individual work.
BuzziNest Pod is all you need to reduce distracting noise from any workplace.
HushMeet is an acoustic pod for teamwork, allowing discussing and co-working employees not to disturb the work of other people in the office.
HushTwin consists of two connected independent acoustic booths, each equipped with a separate sofa, an independent desk and a separate lighting and ventilation system.
HushMeet.L is the largest Hushoffice acoustic pod, designed for 4-8 people working at the same time.
HushMeet.Open is an open acoustic office pod providing a casual space for informal meetings.
GreenWalls is a green wall system that can be installed on all Hushoffice products.
BuzziBlox is a range of acoustic panels in different depths, developed to tune a room in the speech spectrum range and especially in the low and midfrequencies.
Create your own graphic wall art, with sound absorbing properties.
Plants boost people’s happiness, creativity and focus. BuzziPlanter adds an extra feature to that list. The upholstered colourful pot, made from high-density foam, has the acoustic superpower to absorb excessive noise in open spaces, creating healthier environments for people to thrive.
Sound absorbing wall tile.
An acoustic pillar that punctuates open spaces.
by Pablo Designs
Belmont has a reductive, yet iconic form that creates a natural canvas for an exquisite array of shade textiles, while solid oak details create a sense of fine hand-craftsmanship.
An iconic form that rings true for sound absorption.
A dapper topper, BuzziHat is an acoustic pendant available in four sizes to absorb varying degrees of sound, ranging from a compact and rounded "cap" to a more elongated "top hat" shape.
Geometric acoustics overhead light up the senses.
A ceiling hanging acoustic panel, with optional LED light to turn it into a pendant lamp.
Acoustic floor standing and ceiling hanging lamp.
Easily screen off and divide work or public spaces with this multifunctional, acoustic solution that improves visual and sound comfort.
An acoustic room divider with rotating panels.
HushWall is a mobile partition for flexible office zone creation while providing a vertical workspace area. The mobile wall comprises a body that provides the following configurations: a mobile partition with a felt panel, a mobile partition with a whiteboard, or a mobile multimedia display wall on which a TV mount can be installed.
Plume screens from the Openest range are available as a set of 3 or 9 panels. Ideal for creating privacy within a lounge space.
Textile boards, either wall mounted or freestanding partions on wheels.
The Universal Screen product range was developed by Haworth Design Studio to provide a single common panel solution to integrate across the range of Haworth’s desk systems.
Cord rugs exemplify partnership with purpose—offering artisans from communities in India the ability to maintain work during a pandemic while producing beautiful designs in floor coverings.
Patch geometric patterned rugs are the result of a partnership with purpose—offering artisans from communities in India the ability to work during a pandemic. Deep contrasts and shapes define this flat-woven rug made using a dhurrie technique.
Bandas Space is a flexible line of runner carpets.
A rectangular carpet that fades from light to dark.
Large rectangular rugs in a plain style with colourful border, or with a square pattern across the surface.
Choose from a rectangular rug, or the Globo shape, resembling a snow globe.
Cabana Lounge is the first sofa system designed to deliver optimal user performance, comfort, and design to create unique destination spaces in the office environment, enabling effective individual and collaborative work.
Riverbend sofas and ottoman create settings that invite social interaction, casual meetings, and group work.
Supports privacy and focus in open spaces, while creating a sense of community.
cellular is perfect for creating private booth seating in a reception lounge. The cellular range includes one and two seater lounge chairs with or without acoustic panels.
by Boss Design
Available as a 360 degree swivel unit for enhanced privacy, Cega is the ideal product for the modern working environment where personal touchdown spaces and informal meeting areas are the norm.
An acoustic armchair.
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Managing noise in hybrid spaces
Focus is not easy. Sufficient space to focus is wildly elusive in most of our working lives. The workplace should not be an obstacle to getting work done. The workplace should be the best place to do our best work – and yet that is often not the case.
Spark blog article
In this special feature on acoustics, Carole Crosnier begins by examining the origins of the acoustics issue from a bird’s eye view. In Part II, Alex Przybyla summarises how today’s rating systems approach acoustics as part of a certifiably healthy workplace.