We believe a balanced acoustic environment should play a key role in contemporary interior design.

Sound has always been with us. However with the technological and economic development, more and more sources of unwanted noise disturb our daily lives. The latest trend in design – large open spaces with glass walls and high ceilings, definitely fosters collaboration… but it also creates sub-optimal acoustic environment. An environment where all background noises of conversations, ringtones or printers subconsciously distract us. At Hush, we truly believe that a balanced acoustic environment can boost productivity, creativity and well-being at work, as well as in places where we meet and socialize.

We are passionate about improving both acoustic properties and style of every interior.

Following our motto – the art of silence – we are here to marry noise reduction with timeless, sustainable design. To do it right, we collaborate with an experienced acoustic laboratory, as well as renowned designers and architects. We develop our products together with experts in acoustics and they are certified as the most efficient in absorbing, blocking or diffusing unwanted noise.  At Hush, we believe that great performance needs to go hand in hand with style. Our acoustic panels have pure and simple design, making them a good fit not only for offices, but also restaurants, schools, libraries and houses.

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Our designers.


Paul & Kate Brooks

Paul and Kate Brooks are English Designers living in France and working together from their studio in Germany. Both studied design in London – Paul at the Royal College of Art and Kate at St Martin’s College. They design products with a quiet clarity and an artful twist for clients in Europe and North America. Their designs have gained international recognition with awards from organisations such as IF, Good Design Award, Red Dot and Neocon.


Jakub Sobiepanek

Jakub Sobiepanek is a Polish Designer working in his studio in Warsaw. He graduated with honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. His master thesis about bringing back to life the icons of Polish design, was awarded the best thesis of 2012. Apart from the design work, Jakub is also the creative director of Vzór – a Polish furniture brand, producer of the iconic RM58 chair (www.vzor.com).