Acustic Tiles
In a groundbreaking collaboration with studio AREA, studio JHA, RealDania, and Strøjer Tegl, Odico has ushered in a new era in brick production. Together, these visionary partners have harnessed the power of robotics to address a long-standing issue: poor acoustics in numerous rooms and buildings.

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Strøjer Tegl


Robotic Solution





Odico revolutionizes brick production for enhanced acoustics

This pioneering project has yielded a cost-effective method that not only revolutionizes brick production but also unlocks boundless creative possibilities. By utilizing this innovative approach, architects and designers can now explore expressive, soft shapes that were previously unattainable with traditional brick production techniques. The result is a harmonious blend of aesthetics and functionality.

As Asbjørn Søndergaard, Technical Director of Odico, aptly puts it, "We are excited to be part of this project because it demonstrates that it is possible to push boundaries through innovation in digital technologies, paving the way for new opportunities for design-driven retrofits for facades and building spaces." Odico's commitment to pushing the envelope of what's possible in construction and design is exemplified in this groundbreaking collaboration.

Image credit: © Odico and Anders Menck Lorentzen

robot arm from Odico cutting tiles


Challenges solved

Acoustic limitations addressed
Cost-effective production method
Unlocking creative design potential

Value-creating factors

Innovative digital technology
Design-driven retrofits
Enhanced aesthetics and acoustics


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