Diffusr™

Structure
3mm Plywood, Threaded Rod

Material
Plywood, Steel

Finishing
Paint, Melamine, PP, Veneer, etc.

Mounting Mechanism
M6 Threaded Rod

Standard Thickness
3mm

Hole Diameter
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8,10, 12mm, etc.

 

Shapes
Quadrilateral

Edges
Unfinished

Eco-Friendly Test
EN 13986, E1

Fire-Rated Test
EN 13501-1 Class B s1, d0

Acoustics Test
Refer to Specifications

Designer
John Butler

Diffusr™ is an interior façade cladding product that diffuses light and sound through its placement of small apertures in response to room conditions.

The structure of the cladding adopts an efficient use of material and forms a tectonic network where each panel shares its attachment rods with each of its neighbours. This structural network allows the product to take on a low-polygon, mesh-like appearance whereby the cladding surface is reconstructed with a screen of unique quadrilateral shapes.

John Butler graduated from Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture specialising in computational design. He is interested in sustainable land-use practices and using virtual reality for architectural design.

Diffusr™
AntiCAD, Singapore

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