Unlike traditional sound insulation, these sound-absorbing, hexagonal modular tiles – made from wood fibers mixed with cement and water – come in a variety of different colors, and can be assembled in a host of patterns to create a stunning wall mural. This material is normally used for packaging, cushioning, insulation, and even stuffing plush toys. Continue reading for another video and more information. Click here for more pictures.
“The process of making wood wool cement is very simple: wood slivers are cut from local tree logs and then get mixed with some water and cement, which acts as a binder and provides strength. The mixture is then put in a mould and left to dry into shape. The result is a material that is environmentally friendly, moisture and sound absorbent, and fire and water resistant,” according to Inhabitat.