Felt Ceiling System

August 2017

Hunter Douglas Architectural introduces HeartFelt™, a modular felt ceiling system designed to deliver a distinctive appearance and very effective acoustics.
Hunter Douglas partnered with architect Bjarne Hammer of the renowned Danish practice of Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects to create HeartFelt.
Patented HeartFelt linear panels, created from felted, thermoformed polyester, can accommodate the design of any interior space. The unique texture and soft appearance that have long made felt an intriguing material for furniture, clothing, fashion accessories and interior finishes can also translate directly to the ceiling plane.
HeartFelt linear ceilings bring the organic appearance of felt to the ceiling plane, adding warmth to the visual and acoustical experiences of a space. They are available in five shades of gray, ranging from off-white to anthracite, offering opportunities to create visual gradients and rhythms in the ceiling plane.
The dense, soft structure contributes to sound control to facilitate clear communication. Hunter Douglas designed the patented carrier system to support varying panel spaces, which allows architects and designers to fine-tune acoustics.
The lightweight panels clip easily onto the carriers and can be installed as a ceiling cloud or as a full ceiling by splicing individual pieces to create continuous lengths.