If you are attentive to the architecture around, you will find that many public buildings constructed since the fifties are particularly put at disadvantage by the use of ugly acoustic suspended ceilings. It’s really a visual wound often considered a necessary evil to address the needs for acoustic comfort. Fortunately, recently, new alternatives that are both efficient and aesthetic, have emerged to the great relief of architects and interior designers. Among the latter, the products of the Swedish firm Baux. To complete their collection of acoustic tiles, they launched a new series of larger panels that are better suited to the use of large spaces. Always built from wood wool, cement and water. These panels designed by Form Us With Love are available in 5 patterns (quilted, stripes, diagonal, lines, check) and 20 different colors.