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Flora Graeca Sound Absorb System
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COCO-MAT is a global brand specializing in the creation of innovative products and home furniture made with natural materials. Sound-absorb system 'Flora Graeca' was designed for COCO-MAT, following research on natural materials and their acoustic properties. The system is 100% eco, since all modules are made of natural materials like cotton and cocofiber, and the outer cover is a certified sound-absorbing fabric made of wool. 
The system is intended for spaces where quietness is more than important, like hotels, public spaces, commercial spaces, work spaces, offices, living rooms and bedrooms.The modules can create unlimited compositions and aesthetically upgrade a space, while helping improve the acoustic properties of a space.  It has been certified, that these modules absorb a certain amount of reverberation noises, after on-site acoustic measurements in hotel rooms where the modules were placed.
The design of 'Flora Graeca' modules follows a minimal and abstract approach, inspired by nature and especially by leaves and flowers of the Greek countryside. The name is taken by the homonymous, rare ten-volume book of the English Professor of Botany, John Sibthorp, which was the first in-depth list of the Greek flora, with names and botanical drawings. Sibthorp wanted to complete the registration of all Greek unexplored plants and for this reason he traveled to Greece twice. During his second trip he got sick, had a fever and died of tuberculosis on his way back to England (1796).
blic spaces, commercial spaces, work spaces, offices, living rooms and bedrooms. The modules can create unlimited compositions and aesthetically upgrade a space, while helping improve the acoustic properties of a space.  It has been certified by an acoustic company, that these modules absorb a certain amount of reverberation noises, after on-site measurements in hotel rooms where the modules were placed.
The design of 'Flora Graeca' modules follows a minimal and abstract approach, inspired by nature and especially by leaves and flowers of the Greek countryside. The name is taken by the homonymous, rare ten-volume book of the English Professor of Botany, John Sibthorp, which was the first in-depth list of the Greek flora, with names and botanical drawings. Sibthorp wanted to complete the registration of all Greek unexplored plants and for this reason he traveled to Greece twice. During his second trip he got sick, had a fever and died of tuberculosis on his way back to England (1796).

[2017] [https://www.coco-mat.com/gr_el/hotel-b2b/

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