Rim Fabrics range of interior fit out fabrics moves into the wonderful world of bio-mimicry with the introduction of their latest collection, Honeycomb.
November 11th, 2013
Honeycomb’s distinctive hexagonal effect and intricate structure brings nature indoors, while its gossamer, luxurious sheen provides designers with brilliant visual interest and textural dimension for creative décor.
The unique non-fray patented micro-stitch construction ensures greater dimensional stability, longevity, superior acoustic properties and “pinnability”; while its structured surface collaborates stunningly with a superb colour array.
“There’s no product like Honeycomb on the market with its unique patterned effect. With colourways inspired by nature, it has opened up a natural world look for designers involved with work stations, office screens and acoustic panels,” says Innova International Managing Director, Ian Knox. Twenty five contemporary colours based on design industry feedback of leading colour trends are offered in the collection.
Honeycomb also passes Australian Flame Retardancy standard AS 1530 Part 3, applicable to interior commercial applications. as well as being GECA Certified and 100% recyclable.
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