Re.Wrap by Ric Frampton for The Collective Company

Dezeen Showroom: British designer Ric Frampton has created an acoustic panel system for The Collective Company that’s knowledgeable by origami and comprised of plastic waste.

Re.Wrap is a 100 per cent recyclable fabric-wrap acoustic wall and ceiling system that’s constructed from reclaimed and waste PET.

Re.Wrap is an acoustic wall and ceiling panel

The acoustic system was designed by Frampton in collaboration with The Collective Company who have been tasked with making a low-carbon acoustic answer that’s characterised by its materials circularity.

In accordance with The Collective Company, the panel system was impressed by the folding precision of origami and in addition the wrapping of chairs and furnishings in upholstery.

Detail photo of Re.Wrap
It doesn’t use any glue or adhesives

The panels use no glues or adhesives and are made up of solely three supplies, reclaimed PET, aluminium and cloth, which implies the panels could be simply disassembled, reused and or refurbished.

Panels can be found in a variety of various sized and configurations measuring as much as 2600 millimetres tall and 1000 millimetres huge.

Product: Re.Wrap
Designer: Ric Frampton
Model: The Collective Company
Contact: [email protected]

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