Sono Noise Cancelling System by Rudolf Stefanich

When you live in a crowded area of a city that never sleeps, you have to deal with noise pollution every single day. This issue inspires an industrial designer to come up with Sono noise canceling system. It’s a concept device that turns your window into an advanced noise canceling system simply by sticking it onto your window. It looks like a small speaker attached to your window but instead of emitting another noise, it eliminates and controls the sounds that pass through. Sono uses its concentric broadband antenna rings to harvest the energy of electromagnetic noise from Wi-Fi or other similar signals, in this way, it also reduce the level of e-smog pollution in your environment.

Many of us after a hard and long day in busy world, we would like to reclaim the silence of our home. Unfortunately, if you live in the city, it can be a bit difficult. This was what inspired the designer to come up with this project. Sono features pebble style device with its balance and warm aura.

Designer : Rudolf Stefanich

Sono Noise Cancelling System by Rudolf Stefanich

Sono Noise Cancelling System by Rudolf Stefanich

Sono Noise Cancelling System by Rudolf Stefanich

Sono Noise Cancelling System by Rudolf Stefanich

Sono Noise Cancelling System by Rudolf Stefanich

Sono Noise Cancelling System by Rudolf Stefanich

Sono Noise Cancelling System by Rudolf Stefanich


7 thoughts on “Sono Noise Cancelling System by Rudolf Stefanich

  1. Is this a concept device or is it commercially available?
    If, like in one of the picture above, you have several Windows can you easily replicate the setting across the devices?
    Like all these things the devil is in the detail, in the above the device is shown on a window with a single piece of glass, what happen if you have a large windows in 3 sections, central is a large piece of glass and on either side there are sash colonial style windows?

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