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Mogu's Mycelium Symphony: Soundscaping the Future of Sustainable Workspaces


Mogu Mycelium Acoustic Panels

Italian biodesign firm, Mogu, has launched one of the world’s first mycelium acoustic panel systems, providing companies with a more sustainable option for reconfiguring their workspaces for the post-pandemic world. The products are the result of five years of continuous and iterative R&D on mycelium technology.




The panels are made of acoustic modules consisting of the vegetative tissue of fungus cultivated using agricultural residues from the textile industry – supported by a framing of regional beech wood. These mushroom cultures combine and interlink with the natural fibres, and after a final heat treatment, create a new, durable bio-composite material with proven sound-absorbing properties. Top of the pops - The system is a carbon store as the mycelium locks in the carbon from the natural substrates during its growth cycle.


Biomaterial experts, let us know if you’ve worked with other alternatives.





Check them out:

⌭ mogu.bio

⌭ @mogumycelium


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