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Create a modern space and get better acoustics.

Carefully designed for the purpose of lowering the level of noise in your room.

Are you having a hard time hearing what people are saying? Problems with poor acoustics are a major problem in many rooms, but a slat wall or ceiling enables you to create acoustic wellbeing for yourself and the people you surround yourself with.

Sound consists of waves and when the sound hit a hard surface it continues to reflect back into the room, which creates reverberation. However, the acoustical panels breaks and absorbs the sound waves when it hits the felt and the lamellas. Hereby it prevent the sound from reflecting back into the room, which ultimately eliminates reverberation.

Hear the difference

Without Akupanel

With akupanel

See the Akupanels on your wall.

Take a picture, select a panel and they will appear on your wall.

Easy installation

For most people, installing the panels would be an entertaining DIY project. It is very simple - you can cut the panels with almost any saw and fix it with screws through the felt. It could not be simpler.

Akupanel – installation guide

Sustainability is a first priority.

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Felt made from recycled plastic (bottles)

Acoustical felt

Our acoustical felt is made from recycled plastic, which means that we take a waste product and transform it into something useful and beautiful.

The felt absorbs the sound waves and dampens the sound.



The core of the lamella consists of a medium density fibreboard and is available in black or a natural colour.

The slats create diffusion, which essentially means that they break the sound waves and thereby dampen the sound.

Wood from sustainable forestry


All the wood we use comes from sustainable forestry, which ensures that the forest can reproduce more trees than what is being cut.

In addition our supplier ensures good working conditions for the people working in the forest, while also protecting and respecting the wildlife in the forest.

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