The EchoPanel from Woven Image now addresses sound reduction in a decorative fashion, overhead.
May 9th, 2013
When a product’s function and performance is matched in its visual appeal, the success of the design is unquestionable.
The new EchoPanel ceiling blades from Woven Image and Woodform Architectural are the demonstration of a superior and proven product being assigned an important new role.
Taking the inherent sound absorption properties of the Woven Image finish, Woodform have developed an adaptive installation and mounting system that extends EchoPanel’s versatility, offering exceptional sound reduction whilst injecting any space with a dynamic, visual appeal.
Fabricated from 100% PET, 60% of which is recycled, EchoPanel has long found itself employed in corporate, hospitality and retail ventures, this latest manifestation will afford it a new, broader appeal that lends itself to installations where walls or vertical surfaces are not able to support the material.
Offered in 12 vibrant colour-ways, the Green Tag certified blades are available in two profiles: sculptural cut or linear cut, the alternation of these providing a truly practical solution and at once an evocative style statement. The resourcefulness of EchoPanel Ceiling Blades is further reinforced with the option of custom designs for minimum runs.
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