Brendan Austin

Ennis, Offecct
Named after Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic Ennis House, one of the four experimental textile-block houses he designed in the Los Angeles area, Ennis is the latest addition to the Soundwave collection of acoustic panels by Swedish design company Offecct. Made in a collaboration with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the lightweight, 23"-square acoustic panels are constructed from recyclable, molded synthetic felt, and are decorated with Wright's original incised, overlapping geometric patterns. The panels mitigate soundwaves in high frequency range of 500 hertz and above. Offered in off-white.