Mywall by Fantoni allows the user to design his or her own acoustic wall

Mywall is the new product of Fantoni’s Acoustic Panelling division, specializing in the development of sound-absorbing systems that improve the acoustic quality inside close rooms.

It is a modular system comprising panels in three different sizes and numerous types of drilling or milling.

The different angles make it possible to create a unique composition, playing on the acoustic performance with the right mix of sound-absorbent and -reflecting panels.

By inserting suitable lighting behind the panels, or using oblique lighting to create an interplay of shadows, an extra point of aesthetic and design interest is added. Particularly suitable for auditoriums and conference halls, Mywall is ideal for all spaces where long, flat surfaces ask for solutions that create a sense of movement and customize shapes. The perfect solution for architects who want to design ever changing surfaces.


Founded by Achille Fantoni in 1882, the Fantoni Group is a leading manufacturer of office furniture, partition and storage wall systems, MDF (medium density fibreboard) and chipboard panels, melamine flooring and sound-deadening panels. All phases of the production process are performed by the network of companies that make up the Group and work in synergy to develop the product: from the production of materials and semi-finished products to the design of innovative office furnishing systems, inspired by the most up-to-date principles of well-being and design.

Made up of seven companies – Fantoni Spa, La Con Spa, Lesonit (Slovenia), Novolegno Spa, Patt Spa, Spik Iverica (Serbia), Xilopack Srl – the Fantoni group produces its own resins, impregnates papers for facing its own panel products and, with its hydro-electric power and cogeneration plants, produces a large part of its own energy needs.

Having received the “Compasso d’Oro alla Carriere” award for design primario from the ADI in 1998, the Fantoni Group has become a reference point for ideas in its sector, due to the intense activity of its Research Centre: workshops, conferences and publications are examples of a commitment that makes it a nerve centre of experimentation and research. Since 1882, architecture, research and total design have been the guiding principles for company growth and for the development of products that are ever more innovative and dedicated to the well-being of people.

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