The new collection of colours in the popular EchoPanel® series infuses the range with a whole new level of vibrancy
September 14th, 2012
As an Australian wholesale textile design and interior finishes company, Woven Image specialises in sustainable textiles and vertical surface finishes for commercial interiors.
EchoPanel® is a landmark product from Woven Image that demonstrates the brands commitment to environmental performance and sustainable interiors, manufactured from 60% recycled PET.
Whether used as replacement for textile covered tiles in workstation systems, or as a lighter, more flexible and functional partitioning system, EchoPanel® allows greater flexibility to achieve environmentally improved outcomes and create productive and sustainable interiors.
In September 2012, Woven Image introduces seven new exciting colours to the EchoPanel® range.
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