The word Lignosi is Latin, meaning Fundamentally Wood. The foundation of all the products we manufacture are essentially wood.
At Lignosi we manufacture acoustic wooden slat wall panels to bring the beauty and calming essence of nature to your home or workplace.
With a wooden acoustic panel you will experience a revolutionary solution that lasts and at the same time creates a beautiful nordic look in your home or other environments.
We are a brand born from a 50-year heritage of creating inspirational working and learning environments.
We’ve combined our life-long passion for design together with our experience and knowledge to create our new venture AllSfär – dedicated to creating innovative, design-led products that improve comfort, provide for different personality and task styles and promote wellbeing to make people feel better.
Acoufelt – Fracture Collection
Fracture Chevron is a rigid acoustic panel that features a bevelled ‘chevron’ groove design.
Fracture panels are available in a wide range of full colours, and are appropriate for both wall and ceiling applications.
Fluid and intriguing with its deep undulating curves and dips, Wave brings movement and life to walls, making it a true feature in any room.
The depth of panel is designed to give it a high absorption of sound resulting in a super-efficient 1.00 NRC.
Made from 100% polyester, with over 50% recycled content. The panels can also be recycled making them an incredible environmentally friendly product.
Acoufelt – Printed Collection
The Printed Collection represents an assortment of hand-selected QuietPrint™ designs, available on a FilaSorb™ acoustic panel for wall applications.
Acoufelt panels have strong acoustic properties and achieve a minimum Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) of 0.45. Printed panels come in a wide range of standard prints, with custom sizing and cutting available on request.
Acoufelt – WOODBEQUIET Collection
It is warm and comforting, classical and elegant, uncomplicated yet sophisticated. Like rolling green hills on a blue-sky day or the sun setting over a mirror still ocean, the grain pattern of wood is calming to the eye. It connects with us inside, and resonates with our inherent desire to be connected with nature.
Today, as we see a decline in the use of harsh industrial materials, there is a trend emerging, a welcomed return, to the classic beauty and warmth of wood.