The Analog Acoustic Screen utilises the properties of thick recycled PET (recycled plastic bottles) stiff felted panels, creating a functional, contemporary room divider with excellent acoustic absorbency.  The simple modular nature of the screen allows the user to define space through both visual screening and the reduction of ambient noise. 

Off-cuts from the production process of the screen are included with the screen.  These can be used by the customer to fill in the cutouts if and where desired.  This allows the end-user not only aesthetic customisation of the screen, but also the ability to manipulate its porosity for visual and acoustic privacy.

The screen consists of a series of 900mm panels, each with a central hinge.  When joined together the panels form a screen or room divider that with additional panels can be extended indefinitely.  This modular screen system is designed for commercial applications where privacy and acoustics are important.

Designed under the brand Designtree with Tim Wigmore

Date designed: 2015

Dimensions:
Each panel - 1800mmH x 900mmW (Each panel overlaps 60mm) Add more panels to get desired length.     

Materials:
Recycled PET panel, barrel nuts.

Colours:
Grey or Charcoal panels.

Features:
- The screen material provides excellent acoustic absorbency.

- The screen material is made from a minimum of 65% post-consumer recycled material (PET bottle-flake).  Off-cuts and manufacturing waste is re-used or recycled wherever possible.

- The screen material is UV stabilised to resist colour fading and moisture damage. This material is also: non-toxic, non-allergenic, highly durable and easy to clean.

- Comes flat-packed to reduce its size for transport.  Easily bolt together.