OFFECCT and Richard Hutten Present Soundwave Stripes for Unique Environments

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The sound absorbent SOUNDWAVE STRIPES is the first result of a new cooperation between Offecct and designer Richard Hutten. Hutten is one of the most internationally successful Dutch designers, and sums up his design philosophy in a few words: he doesn’t solve problems, he creates possibilities.

The sound absorbent SOUNDWAVE STRIPES is the first result of a new cooperation between Offecct and designer Richard Hutten. Hutten is one of the most internationally successful Dutch designers, and sums up his design philosophy in a few words: he doesn’t solve problems, he creates possibilities.

Since Richard Hutten highly appreciates Offecct’s selection of acoustic panels he was determined to add something extra to the product series with SOUNDWAVE STRIPES.

  • Offecct’s sound absorbents are by far the best on the market and I really wanted to add something special to the collection, says Richard Hutten.

Hutten’s design of STRIPES is characterized by flexibility; a flexibility that means that SOUNDWAVE STRIPES can be combined in many different ways. This in turn means that each interior where STRIPES in used can become unique. The diversity that STRIPES offers thereby becomes a useful tool for architects and customers in the creation of interesting and varied interiors.
A new color is also available for STRIPES; a brown shade to create contrast.

About Richard Hutten

Richard Hutten is an internationally renowned designer with a degree from the Academy Industrial Design in Eindhoven. Hutten is part of the very successful and influential generation of designers that emerged in Holland during the 1990s and onwards. Hutten works with furniture design, product design as well as interior design, and is famous for design concepts such as "No Sign of Design". Apart from the cooperation with Offecct Richard Hutten has worked with Donna Karen New York, Karl Lagerfeld and the Dutch Royal Court.

About OFFECCT

Offecct was founded in 1990 by CEO Kurt Tingdal and Design Manager Anders Englund, and is situated in Tibro, Sweden. Offecct has 42 people employed with sales of SEK 115 million. More than 50% of the sales are made up of exports to 55 countries.

Offecct has grown rapidly to become a major furniture manufacturer with high design ambitions, which is particularly evident in the many international design awards that Offecct has received over the years. Offecct believes that qualitative, innovative and sustainable design creates interiors that have a positive impact on people - in meetings, at home and at work. Offecct works closely with some of the world's most renowned designers.

Offecct also believes that Corporate Social Sustainability (CSR) is as important as quality and design, which is evident in the choice of materials, energy, transportation and logistics. Many of Offecct´s products have been approved by the Nordic ecolabel, and Offecct is also certified in accordance with ISO 9001 (quality) as well as ISO 14001 (environmental).

Several public spaces all over the world have been furnished with objects from Offecct. A few examples are the offices of Skype and the Swedish Association of Architects as well as Nobis Hotel in Stockholm; MoMA and the MTV studio in New York, Microsoft in Hong Kong, Philips in Istanbul, MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art) in New York; Schiphol in Holland, Statoil in Norway, and BMW in Belgium.

Contact Information

For further information and high resolution images, please contact:
Ulrika Darheden, Marketing Assistant, OFFECCT AB, phone: +46 504 415 00
Kurt Tingdal, CEO OFFECCT AB, phone: +46 504 415 00

High resolution images can be downloaded from http://www.offecct.se

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