Why choose VAGA acoustic panels for interiors?


Nowadays, not only function and beauty are important, but also environmental friendliness and responsibility.

VAGA acoustic design panel combines beauty, practicality and environmental friendliness.

Features of VAGA panels:

  • Modernity and design freedom

In interior design, the popularity of slat walls has been on a rise and has found its place in public and private projects.

The variety of panels has been developed taking account the suitability of the panels for different rooms, regardless of whether the goal is to achieve a Nordic minimalist, classic or truly eye-catching result.

The stock selection of VAGA panels includes 8 different designs ranging from natural oak tone to shiny metal surface.

The height of standard sized panel is 2420 mm, but on special order it is possible to make panels with height up to 3000mm.

Panels are suitable for both wall and ceiling – the choice is yours!

  • Enhances the sound and reduces echo

Sound absorption measurements have been performed at Tallinn University of Technology, AcouTechLab (acoustics laboratory).

Measurement results are available here.

  • Environmentally friendly, contains recycled material

The felt of the panels is made almost 100% from recycled plastic bottles and has been granted GRS 4.0 (Global Recycled Standard) and Öko-Tex 100 certification, which means that the felt does not contain harmful substances, heavy metals or formaldehyde residues.

Besides that, during the production of panels, special attention has been paid to material optimization to minimize material residue.

  • Easy to install and maintain

Panels can be installed directly on the wall or ceiling with screws or contact glue or with wooden rafters.

Each panel comes with screws that match the felt colour. Panels are installed with an overlap which creates the end-result with no visible joints.

Only a damp cloth and a vacuum cleaner are necessary for maintenance.

In case of public projects, it is possible to use fire-retardant materials to achieve panels with fire retardancy.

More information here or ee.liatedtaalp@agav .

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