Mappyfiber® Origami is the new flexible acoustic panel for sound and thermal insulation with curved edges on both sides and multiple bends. Each panel is produced entirely in Italy and it is composed exclusively by polyester fibers coated with a Trevira Fabric to provide a further elegance when it is used as design element: any panel perfectly combines the aesthetic style and decorative effect with the highest technical performances. Furthermore Mappyfiber® Origami panels can be completely customized to the needs of the client with digitally printed pictures. Mappyfiber® Origami panels comply with the latest safety regulations in public places: in case of fire they do not spread flames nor emit toxic fumes. Polyester fibers are perfectly safe because they do not pose any health risk and do not degrade over time. Furthermore they are environmentally-friendly because they are totally recyclable and are obtained from post consumer PET plastic bottles. The panels can be used in places with high humidity because they are permeable to water vapor and allow a correct transpiration of walls and ceilings. Mappyfiber® Origami are decorative panels suitable to improve the acoustic comfort of any room reducing the reverberation and the echo effect with efficiency and elegance. Their aesthetic quality meets indeed the multiple needs of interior designers as well as those of architects.
Mappyfiber® Origami can be used as single element or combined in an array to create decorative compositions on ceiling. These unique products reduce the noise and provide a total creative freedom improving also the viewing experience. Mappyfiber® Origami are the perfect products for public spaces such as: kindergartens, schools, recreation rooms in general, music rooms, recording studios, theaters, cinemas, nightclubs, dance halls, pubs, hospitals, offi ces, conference centres, hotels, restaurants, cafeterias, gyms, spas, swimming pools, shops, and shopping malls. Mappyfiber® Origami panels can be easily installed on ceiling with hooks and wires on walls and ceilings to obtain either a downward or upwards concavity.