Design Hub, introduce their new range of â€˜ArtevistaÂ® Sculptural Panelsâ€™ for interior design and architectural projects.
April 24th, 2009
Industrial design company, Design Hub, specialise in providing custom fabrication and design for architectural and interior projects.
Established by David and Mark Greenaway in 2000, Design Hub offer a range of design solutions from solid surface fabrication to commercial hospitality furniture and the design and development of custom projects and fixtures.
Design Hub now introduce their ‘Sculptural Panels’ – part of their Artevista® range. Utilising a wide range of materials and finishes with 8 unique designs – and a number in development – the panels provide a point of interest for any space.
They are manufactured entirely in-house in Australia, allowing Design Hub to work closely with designers and architects to produce customised solutions for walls, ceilings and other flat surfaces.
This also means the Design Hub team are continually exploring new designs and materials for their panels, further expanding their range of applications for different projects.
The non-porous panels are simple to install and offer an unlimited choice of colours and textures – with different profiles able to be joined together, allowing the pattern to extend seamlessly along the length of the installation.
The versatile panel systems can be retrofitted to an existing structural wall or supplied with their own fixing system, while the ‘Oscillate’ panels also offer unique acoustic dampening, creating a sound absorption barrier for a range of applications.
Look out for Design Hub’s panels at designEX 2009, and speak to the designers about options for your projects.
Low flammability and smoke index AS 1530.3.1989 (class 1 and class a fire rating) High chemical resistance properties ANSI Z18.104.22.168 and ANSI Z22.214.171.124 Certification for food contact (non-porous) NSF/ANSI 51
Standard Panel size: 750 x 750mm – Custom panel sizes and colours available on request
Panels Series: Oscillate, Modium, Niseko, Corrugate, Cubistar, Neo, Egg, Rasp
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