Published 7/6/2016

Moss dresses walls in 'quiet' rooms

Icelandic Arkís Arkitektar designed several 'quiet' rooms in various formats at the company Verkís office in Reykjavik, Iceland. Moss, a sound absorbing upholstery fabric from Svensson, upholsters the walls and the ceilings in the rooms.


Moss is a sound absorbing upholstery weight fabric. At the company Verkís office in Reykjavik, Iceland Moss has been used to great effect to manage noise and sound. Moss upholsters the walls and ceiling of the meeting rooms.

Arkís Arkitektar has designed several quiet rooms in various formats for the company and the sound absorbing modules are manufactured and upholstered by Zenus.


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