Acoustic Materials company Acoufelt is pleased to announce that it has appointed Acoustical Solutions Inc. (ASI) as its exclusive distributor in California. ASI has an impressive history of delivering customer solutions to clients-specific acoustic problems. It has expertise in working with architects and designers servicing the hospital and health market as well as more general Open Plan offices.

“We are excited with the addition of Acoustical Solutions Inc, known as ASI based out of San Francisco, as this appointment aligns well with the USA domestic and global strategic direction for the Acoufelt brand”, says Ben Grace, Director and Co-Founder of Acoufelt LLC. “The Acoufelt Acoustic FWC treatments and our 30 years of experience and knowledge in the interior acoustic sector will provide a unique synergy in the West Coast markets where creativity and design thrives.”

Extensive research and development has been undertaken to bring together a number of collections that meet the ever-growing design market in California. ASI will now take these to market throughout their extensive relationships among the design community.

“ASI is proud to announce that we are now representing Acoufelt and their unique, high-quality line of acoustical products.  Adding Acoufelt Acoustic FWC treatments allows us to offer more complete and unique interior acoustical solutions to the marketplace”, said Bill Keene, Principal of ASI.

California is seen as a very important market by Acoufelt who recognise that the creative industries companies represent a very large proportion of the economy. These businesses need spaces that are both collaborative and quiet which means that they need tools to address acoustics in these work spaces. On top of this, these creative spaces often need to be suitable for customers and collaborators, therefore they need to look great as well.

Acoufelt products are designed around an Acoustic FWC philosophy, addressing reflected noise from all surfaces (floor, walls and ceiling). In addition, Acoufelt has printing technology that is high resolution and yet has little impact on acoustic performance. This means that aesthetic design and acoustic design can go hand-in-hand.