Reduce unwanted sound and create comfortable, productive and healthy interior spaces with quality acoustic tiles by Woven Image.
October 1st, 2019
Noise is one the most pressing concerns within a wide range of commercial spaces, making acoustics a key consideration in the design process. Known for their sound absorbing and reverberation properties, acoustic tiles make for popular choices within workplaces and other commercial interiors. Case in point: Woven Image’s acoustic performance 3D wall tiles, like Ascent, Dune and Wave.
They are lightweight, durable acoustic solutions presenting a combination of aesthetics and functionality. The contemporary designs on the tiles provide texture and depth to wall surfaces while also assisting with effective noise reduction
Ascent is the latest addition to Woven Image’s family of contemporary, design-led, acoustic tiles. With 5 on-trend colourways, Ascent makes for a versatile choice for a number of interior schemes. What’s more, its urbane 3D corrugated design adds strength to the tile’s structure as well as an interesting design effect during tile placement.
Made up of 67% recycled PET, Ascent contributes towards Woven Image’s dedication to the re-use of post-consumer waste otherwise destined for landfill. To date Woven Image has recycled 200 million 600 ml PET bottles thrown in the trash.
Utilising Woven Image’s unique wall clips, the tiles are quickly and easily installed to any surface and will remain hidden once the tile is fixed in place, eliminating the need for toxic adhesives. All three tiles are low on VOC and help maintain optimum air quality levels indoors.
Make sound decisions for your commercial spaces. Find out more about Woven Image’s acoustic tiles here.
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