Tomek Rygalik

SoundRoom is an innovative system of office furniture consisting of dividers, armchairs, sofas, desks, partition walls, and phone booths.

This comprehensive design combines an innovative technology based on felt acoustic screens with sound-diffusing geometry based on solutions employed in recording studios.

The collection is dedicated to open-office layouts, and provides a perfect choice for furnishing public facilities such as offices, libraries and co-working offices. 

The system incorporates five basic panels, uniform with respect to dimensions and design, for easy configuration of various seating arrangements.

The systemic design allows for unlimited possibilities of spatial and acoustic arrangement of the office area for individual and team work, comfortable meetings and concentration zones.

The high acoustic quality of the SoundRoom system has been confirmed in tests conducted at the AGH University of Science and Technology (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics, Department of Mechanics and Vibroacoustics) in Cracow, Poland. 


metal/aluminium feet
plywood, polyurethane foam
Structural elements
polyester fibre embedded on the honeycombed base structure, metal elements, plywood
fabric, leather
Tomek Rygalik
Designer, lecturer, curator.

He studied Architecture and Town Planning at Politechnika Lodzka and Industrial Design at Pratt Institute in New York (BA/Hons).
After a few years of work for design companies in the US he undertook studies at the Royal College of Art in London (MA), where, after gaining a diploma, he became a research worker.

Until today he has received numerous international awards and many of his products have been implemented.

He runs a design workroom at the Department of Industrial Design of the Arts Academy and Studio Rygalik in Warsaw.