Ecoustic Drift is an acoustic tile that achieves quality sound absorption to effectively quieten the spaces it’s installed in.
May 10th, 2016
The Ecoustic Drift tile design not only ensures a tight, reduced noise environment, but emulates a sense of visual calm too, with its gentle rhythm of soft fluid lines, bringing an organic aesthetic to the Ecoustic collection.
Both Low VOC and Greentag Level A certified, Ecoustic Drift is made from a minimum of 50% recycled PET, and is itself entirely recyclable. Ecoustic Drift is ideal for use in new or existing interiors including hospitality, retail, corporate, education, public space and residential spaces.
Designed to be lightweight and easy to handle and install, the tiling system is a modular tile that’s been built to be simple to place and disassemble. Installation is as straightforward as positioning clips, then pressing the tile into place. The modular design likewise means the panelling can be easily extended at a later stage.
The Ecoustic Drift collection is available through Instyle.
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