Autumn leaves taken from leftover urban materials are transformed into open-pored, sound-absorbing acoustic panels with the addition of cellulose. The material analysis is based on natural origins, which permit full decay and minimize waste from the corresponding industries. The mix of cellulose and fall leaves has proven to be the most intriguing in material research. The material’s density, level of stability, and thickness can all change. You can create structures that are rigid and tight or porous and loose. Depending on the composition, it can feel and look like a blend of cork, cardboard, and leather.
Numerous uses are conceivable, including open-pored, sound-absorbing acoustic panels, leaf paper, packaging materials, natural high density boards for digital printing as an alternative to rigid PVC foam boards.