W–S’s versatility goes beyond its acoustic capabilities. The product’s visually stunning and customizable designs make it an attractive addition to any space. Whether it’s a contemporary office, a vibrant concert hall, or a cosy home theatre, W–S seamlessly integrates into the existing décor while significantly improving the auditory experience.

Design your very own acoustic experiences

With WOOD-SKIN you can customize the acoustic performance of your space down to the millimetre, for a result that is both visually stunning and technically impeccable.
WOOD-SKIN creates an opportunity for dialogue at the design stage to treat sound as a guide for the design itself, offering the designer an easy way to differentiate the material and geometric treatment of existing rooms toward acoustic improvement.


A ready-made solution customizable in terms of type and density of perforation, material options and pattern
The three-dimensionality of W-S surfaces, patented design and installation method combine to create a high-performance acoustic panel. Thanks to the digital nature of WOOD-SKIN, it is possible to enrich our surfaces with variable perforation density. Sound-absorbing materials positioned on the back follow the underlying form organically, creating a controlled system capable of adapting to the demands of any acoustic project. The result is a product that tells a story with elegance, through a defined and controlled design concept, as opposed to last-minute acoustic adjustments.


The same 3D free-form surface can possess areas of sound absorption and sound reflection simultaneously.
WOOD-SKIN technology enables the creation and performance characterization of absorbent, diffusive and hybrid surfaces. Customize acoustic properties, in terms of absorption, diffusion and specular reflection in specific frequency ranges, to meet the performance objectives of existing interiors by creating various acoustic surfaces within the same material system.
How acoustic treatment integrates with architecture becomes an important issue, as, in addition to its appearance, each project has a performance goal, e.g., achieving intelligible speech or clear, enveloping music. The goal is to develop a new integrated digital approach aimed at architects and designers that allows control and modulation of interior acoustics through a tailored material system that meets programmatic, performance, and user needs
Such a system provides the means to create variable acoustic conditions and performance within the same material system. Computational design and digital fabrication offer designers and architects the ability to represent and simulate acoustic performance with remarkable accuracy and to customize and control the properties of materials and geometry.