Hannað af Jon Gasca
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Satellite is a decorative acoustic panel system for the wall, created with the aim to absorb noise. Satellite panels have the same organic shapes as the Eclipse tables, coming in four different sizes and shapes. Satellite panels are fixed to the wall at two dif- ferent depths, in order to play with the shapes and conceal them under each other. This allows fur- ther creativity when arranging the panel’s configuration on the wall. The acoustic panels are made with noise-reduction foam cladded onto a wooden board and covered with fabrics from the STUA col- lection. Satellite panels help to absorb sounds and reduce noise in a room. The combination of panels and shapes allows interior designers great freedom to create numerous configurations. And there are even more possibilities with the wide range of materials and colors, from soft to flashy. The Satellite panels come with an easy suspension system that also allows the panels to rotate once fixed. This makes it easier to cre- ate interesting configurations. The Satellite panels are sold in sets of 4 units, one of each size: Small, Medium, Large & Extra Large in the same fabric.
Jon Gasca was born in San Sebastian, he got his degree as industrial Engineer. He has been following the design line that Jesus Gasca the founder of STUA started many years ago. Jon works as designer and art director for STUA furniture company.
For STUA he has edited the books "A Simple Way", "Travel Journal" and he oversees all graphic design for the company.
In addition, he is designs the exhibition stands for STUA at trade fairs worldwide and designed the interiors of the STUA showrooms.
A different part of his work is devoted to the contemporary photography and more specifically to abstraction.
You can see his works in: www.jongasca.com
Jon Gasca is the editor of several blogs:
STUA blog: stuablog.blogspot.com
Jon Gasca photoblog: jongasca.tumblr.com
Love Spain blog: love-spain.es
Timeless Design blog: stua.tumblr.com
Contemporary Art blog: contemporary-art-blog.com