Troldtekt wave is a wave-shaped acoustic panel designed to give ceilings or walls a sculptural, three-dimensional look.
The undulating surfaces create a sense of movement, reinforcing the simplicity and honesty of the material (cement-bonded wood wool). The panels can be installed in a repetitive pattern, horizontally or vertically, staggered or side by side, enabling the architect to create his own three-dimensional surface design of the sound absorbing wall or ceiling surface.
The Troldtekt wave is part of the Troldtekt acoustic panels series and offers the same outstanding acoustic, fire-protective and indoor climate properties as the classic Troldtekt acoustic panels. In addition, Troldtekt wave offers a sound-diffusing effect.
Troldtekt wave is awarded the Green Product Award 2015, ICONIC Award 2015 and German Design Award 2016.
Troldtekt acoustic solutions for ceilings and walls are internationally known and proven through a wide variety of projects. Made from 100% natural materials, wood and cement, the acoustic panels offer documented sustainable solutions with unique sound-absorbing properties, in any architecture.
The material has a natural resilience and can handle moist environments, while also providing effective fire protection. Troldtekt is a natural product with documented sustainability throughout its entire life cycle.
6 good reasons for choosing Troldtekt:
- Good acoustics
- Healthy indoor climate
- Documented sustainability
- Effective fire protection
- Natural strength
- Flexible design solutions
Troldtekt acoustic panels are Cradle to Cradle-certified in the silver category. The certification has been granted because, among other things, the panels contain no harmful substances and can therefore be composted and returned to nature as soil conditioner.
Architecturally, the characteristic structure of Troldtekt panels lends new opportunities for contrasting the smooth materials used in the building project. Troldtekt is available in a high number of combinations that vary according to surface structure, edge design, installation system, colour, dimension and thickness.