Australia’s acclaimed textile supplier furthers its collaborative hand; enriching the Echo Panel ® collection.
July 9th, 2013
Woven Image has been a long-standing specialist in unique and picturesque textile designs. This is due significantly to their commitment to striking up creative relationships with some of the most prominent designers and leading Australian artists. Woven Image proves this yet again with their release of the Platoon Screen in collaboration with Bang Design.
Mid Blue 273 with orange polypropylene hinge.
The Echo Panel ® Platoon Screen is a new and vibrantly finished room divider. The ever-changing spaces within the home and workspaces need configurable products that adapt with their owner. This extends the versatile and amazing readiness that the Platoon Screen provides as its flexibility and ease of assembly and storage, makes the new addition to the Echo Panel series, befit any application.
Made entirely from PET – resin belonging to the polyester family – the material is 60% recyclable; heightening Woven Image’s long stance on providing environmentally sustainable products that have exception performance “in a practical and product-oriented way”. The hinges are transparent polypropylene, which furthers the flexible and versatile nature of the partitions. Available in three boisterous colours – Smoke 444, Tomato 258, and Mid Blue 273 – the Platoon screens supplement spaces with vibrancy and, if not used for its ergonomically sound functions, it wagers well as a stunning design fixture.
Tomato 258 with white polypropylene hinge.
The Platoon Screen has many purposes depending on the necessities of the owner(s). The Platoon Screen may be employed for a plethora of applications such as to create an enclosed space for a meeting, to give distinction between areas, to invigorate open spaces with a decorative touch, or simply, to provide privacy in open plan living areas.
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