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Abstracta's new collections:

'A crucial goal was to offer a variety of artistic expressions'

Abstracta has been working to create better soundscapes since 1972. Manufactured in Småland, Sweden, their furniture is distributed to customers located throughout the world. Recently the company attended the Stockholm Furniture Fair to show their new products for 2024.

'We are soaking in the amazing energy from all the visits and reactions to our new acoustic products,' the brand says. Here are some of the new products for this year:

Akunok - design Maja Ganszyniec
The new acoustic furniture concept by Abstracta and designer Maja Ganszyniec ambitiously tackles two of the biggest challenges facing many of today's workplaces. The first is to create better soundscapes that promote well-being and job satisfaction. The second is to offer employees secluded, quiet smaller areas where they can focus on their work in comfort, either alone or in small groups.

'Maja Ganszyniec's great enthusiasm and dedication have been invaluable to the project. She's been involved in the entire process to ensure high quality. This is a product that really delivers in terms of acoustics — not only due to its material mix but its design. You can tell that Maja Ganszyniec has designed acoustic products before,' remarks Linus Berglund, Marketing Director at Abstracta.

Abstracta x Wall of Art - new motifs
Abstracta and art platform Wall of Art have collaborated to develop a unique solution that combines acoustics with art. The objective is to create harmonious soundscapes while giving spaces personality and character with works from exciting artists.

Abstracta x Wall of Art is a collection of sound-absorbing panels featuring different motifs from five artists: Lena Wigers, Annika Hultgren, Evelina Kroon, Lucrecia Rey Caro, and Lisa Wirenfelt. The highly compatible artworks vary both in temperament and technique. 'A crucial goal was to offer a variety of artistic expressions. The collection includes both colourful and more minimalist works. We felt it was important to choose motifs that would suit many different settings and, at the same time, work well together,' says Matilda Levenborn from Wall of Art.

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