Use modern fabrics to absorb sound and echoes.
Smooth materials bounce back annoying noise. Glass, concrete, and steel are materials used in modern architecture as important construction and design tools. Unfortunately, these materials have the disadvantage of immensely reflecting sound. Textiles can counteract this. They absorb the sound and thus reduce the noise pollution.
In addition, they can optimize the room acoustics so that the sound is positively influenced. Whether at work, in a restaurant, hotel room, or theatre, good acoustics promote comfort, communication, and performance. The options for using textiles for acoustic room design are manifold.