Sound Absorbing and Diffusing Installations by Bryndís Bolladóttir
Bryndís is presenting new forms and light solutions of her KULA collection at STAND A03:40 @ Stockholm Furniture Fair, 3 – 7 February 2015.
The new items have the same qualities as certified KULA and LINA sound absorbing and diffusion solutions for better acoustics.
Bryndís Bolladóttir is an award-winning designer commissioned to make a complete acoustic installation for Secondary College Mosfellsbaer in Iceland. Bryndís has exhibited and sold her designs to several private homes and to public places in Iceland, The United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Poul Madsen the director of Normann Cophenhagen says that her design are the best designed acoustic solution he has ever seen.
Bryndís is a designer and artist who runs a production studio in Reykjavik, Iceland. She is inspired by architecture, design and art which reflects her interaction between functional and visual installations. Playfulness is important to her through different set-ups and through different functions of the same idea. Bryndís uses Icelandic wool in her work which is also inspirational to her approach in design.
Since 2007 Bryndís has focused on sound absorbing and diffusion qualities in her work to meet the challenge of better acoustics by taking architecture and qualities of each space in consideration with aesthetics and technical objectives. Bryndís has developed two collections named KULA and LINA which both have an ISO-Certification for their sound absorption qualities, with Icelandic wool as the outermost layer. The ISO-Certification is made in sound testing laboratories by international performance standard confirming an effective reduction in reflective sound levels in accordance with EN ISO 11654: 1997. Efla, one of the biggest Engineers Consulting Companies is Iceland, executed the sound test and commissioned Bryndís to make installations for two meeting rooms.