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Sound-Absorbing Wall Tiles Made From Colorful Hexagonal “Wood Wool”

Wood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With Love

International design studio Form Us With Love has created a series of modular wall tiles made from a sustainable material known as wood wool. Designed for Baux (a contemporary building material firm), the modular panels were made in collaboration with Träullit, the sole, family-run manufacturer of the environmentally-friendly material, which is also known as excelsior.

Made from wood fibers bound together with cement and water, wood wool is often used for packaging, insulation, and even stuffing teddy bears. The innovative designers at Form Us With Love have used this seemingly mundane material to create the hexagonal, multi-colored Baux tiles, that not only look fantastic when arranged together as geometric wall murals, but are also sound absorbent. Even better: they’re fire and moisture-resistant as well.

For more information about the Baux tile, check out the company’s website.

International design studio Form Us With Love have created modular wall tiles made from a sustainable material known as wood wool.

Wood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With LoveWood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With Love

Designed for a contemporary building material firm, the modular panels were made with both aesthetic appeal and environmental consciousness in mind.

Wood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With Love

The Baux tiles are available in a variety of geometric shapes and colors.

Wood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With LoveWood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With LoveWood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With Love

They not only look great, but are sound absorbent, as well as fire and moisture-resistant.

Wood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With LoveWood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With LoveWood Wool Wall Tiles by Form Us With Love

Form Us With Love: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest
Baux: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest
Träullit: Website | Facebook

h/t: [Inhabitat, Yanko Design]

All photos via Form Us With Love.

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Emma Taggart

Emma Taggart is a Contributing Writer at My Modern Met. Originally from Northern Ireland, she is an artist now based in Berlin. After graduating with a BA in Fashion and Textile Design in 2013, Emma decided to combine her love of art with her passion for writing. Emma has contributed to various art and culture publications, with an aim to promote and share the work of inspiring modern creatives. While she writes every day, she’s also devoted to her own creative outlet—Emma hand-draws illustrations and is currently learning 2D animation.

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