Silent Field 2.0
Silent Field does not invade space, but rather interprets it through silent distribution across it. A sound-absorbing surface supports 12 adjustable LED units. With this solution, even and comfortable illuminance can be obtained across a 1 m2 surface, thus defining local perception supported by sound control. Sound control properties are ensured by the geometry and by the varying density of the material used for the panel. Like a moon crater, the product’s surface is characterized by several round three-dimensional hollows of different depths that produce a graphic pattern. Their geometry and their varying densities ensure broad-spectrum sound absorption of the reverberating frequencies typical of human voice. The graphic geometry of the different densities defines a fractal pattern: it is a natural, dynamic, and seemingly unbalanced geometric model that has a positive impact on our unconsciousness. Lastly, the selected colours reflect simultaneous contrast theories and investigate visual perception principles in the combination of primary and secondary shades.
This relation is reflected in the combination between broad surfaces in primary colours (white, black, and red-orange) each time strewn with neutral, monochrome, or multi-coloured elements. It is a multi-purpose product suited for all living and working spaces, both public and private, which allows to rediscover and redesign space through light and through proxemic relations, while creating spaces capable to arouse a sense of belonging via a combination of simple elements.
Carlotta de Bevilacqua & Laura Pessoni
Ø1000 x H.max 2000 – base Ø300 mm
LED 37W 3000K 2139lm
White, Black, Orange