Technology at the service of sound

Snowsound® participates in NeoCon with two new products: Flat by Alberto and Francesco Meda and Botanica by Mario Trimarchi

Snowsound® takes part in NeoCon, the Chicago fair dedicated to the world of design, presenting two new products: Flat and Botanica
Flat, designed by Alberto and Francesco Meda, is a line of sound absorbing panels with Snowsound Patented Technology. Defined by a clear architectural footprint and a clean, minimalist design with a perfectly plane front surface.
Two different irregular shapes come together to create innumerable arrangements, ranging from the pure geometric to bold, unexpected compositions.
The front surface is flat, with a visually weightless appearance whilst most of its depth is in the back.

Flat by Alberto e Francesco Meda, Snowsound
Flat by Alberto e Francesco Meda, Snowsound®

With its hinged supporting arm, Flat can be tilted and rotated as if it were a weightless sheet of paper to achieve different and particularly sophisticated configurations. The wall brackets are fitted with a rear metal hinge that allows rotation and inclination. The panels feature an irregular contour that outlines infinite rectangular or square shapes.

Botanica by Mario Trimarchi, Snowsound
Botanica by Mario Trimarchi, Snowsound®

Botanica, by Mario Trimarchi, is composed of a decorative leaf-shaped sound absorbing panel with Snowsound Patented Technology held by a chrome metal support that can be fixed with different inclinations and proposed in combination with different bearing structures. Botanica is available in three versions: wall, ceiling-mounted and free-standing.

Botanica by Mario Trimarchi, Snowsound
Botanica by Mario Trimarchi, Snowsound®

Botanica rests and climbs like a plant that protects and isolates the environment. The wind blows but you can’t hear it, the light is there but you can’t see it. The result is a muffled and relaxed atmosphere, the silence on several levels that you hear in the woods, where the sounds are dispersed in the infinite collection of nature”, says Mario Trimarchi.