Moss Walls

Insert Material & Color
Lime Green Moss
Medium Green Moss
Forest Green Moss
Prairie Brown Light Stone
Mountain Grey Light Stone
Sustainable Poplar Bark
Frame Color
Solid Shine Black
Solid Shine White
Solid Shine Anthracite

Acoustic Moss Panels Our acoustic moss panels are made from preserved Reindeer Moss that grows in the Northern European forests. Harvesting is done by hand, with respect for the plant and its surroundings. A specific cutting technique ensures the perfect renewing of the plant.  The vegetal preservation is completed without the addition of any toxic or dangerous chemicals. A food coloring agent is used to dye the plant, using a proprietary method that insures long lasting color stability. The preserved moss is 100% biodegradable. 

Since the moss is mounted on aluminum panels (using non-toxic, A+ rated glue) and due to the natural preservation process, the panels meet Fire Resistance Standard EN-13501-1 Class B. Additionally, the moss has very high-end acoustic attenuation properties, helping to capture over 90% of medium and high frequencies (voice frequencies). 

The moss requires no maintenance, water or light. It adapts to the surrounding humidity, like a sponge.  Below a certain humidity level, the moss becomes more brittle, but it will return to its naturally soft and pliable state as the humidity level increases.  And because of the proprietary preservation process we use, our moss holds its color for extended periods of time in comparison to many other moss products.

3 Frame Sizes 
12” x 24” (30,5 x 61 cm) 
24” x 24” (61 x 61 cm) 
48” x 24” (122 x 61 cm) 

Moss colors 
Lime Green Moss 
Medium Green Moss 
Forest Green Moss

3 Frame colors 
Solid Shine Black (SSBL) 
Solid Shine White (SSWH) 
Solid Shine Anthracite (SSAN) 
Easy to install and easy to change 
1  Attach back frame to wall 
2  Insert Panel 
3  Attach Safety Clips 
4  Snap on Front Frame

Biophilic Design is an innovative way of designing the places where we live, work, and learn. We need nature in a deep and fundamental fashion, but we have often designed our cities and suburbs in ways that both degrade the environment and alienate us from nature.

BioDesign architecture.