The new sound-absorbent Margolis Airleaf is designed by Stefan Borselius with the aim to let nature in. The leaf-shaped modules can be combined into sound-absorbent screens in a variety of patterns and formats. Much like the previous success Airflake, Airleaf is made to gently separate and to build a pleasant soundscape, while simultaneously preserving spatial openness. The degree of openness depends on how the leaves are combined. Airleaf is made out of moulded felt and is hung from the ceiling. It is just as simple to mount, as it is to vary. Airleaf is available in 30 different colours.