“As true believers of good design, we can’t sit still. We need to get our hands dirty, pushing the limits and testing the boundaries.” Backed by over 30 years of research and design expertise, Autex Acoustics reinvigorates their brand identity in 2021.
July 5th, 2021
If 2020 was the year the world ground to a halt, 2021 has marked a year of new beginnings. Working tirelessly to create innovative, purposeful, and customisable acoustic solutions, we introduce the story of the new Autex Acoustics: pushing the boundaries of acoustic design like never before.
Pioneering a new era of design, Autex Acoustics are boldly reimagining their identity and product offering. While honouring their unassuming roots, this rebirth takes the brand to new heights of refined sophistication, textural creativity, sustainability and dramatic elegance – driven by the ways in which we connect and interact within our spaces.
In this edition of the Indesign Edit, join us as we journey from Autex Acoustics’ humble inception in 1967, through its expansive rise to market leadership through creative acoustic solutions during the 2000s, to this year’s exceptional and exciting rebrand.
Product-led and editorially curated, the Indesign Edit offers a unique perspective on the exceptional designers and brands across the Into-Pacific region and beyond. Explore the new edition of the Indesign Edit today.
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