EchoPanel Wrap and EchoPanel Paling are sustainable, contemporary, Australian designed screens solution from Woven Image.
August 1st, 2014
Echo Panel Wrap is designed by Bang, comprising of 5 panels that are cut from 24mm EchoPanel, joiners and feet that are attached to create various combinations of free standing screen. Echo Panel Paling is designed by Woven Image, comprising of an end panel with 2 slots and mid panel with 4 slots that are cut from EncoPanel 24mm and joiners. Woven Image recommends Joiner 90 to create a stable screen.
Key Benefits: Easily assembled with the joiners and feet custom designed by Woven Image. It is easily interchangeable and allows for different screen variations.
The cut panels are available in 3 colors: 542, 442, 402. The joiners 7/21/2014 2/4 are ABS plastic and are available in 2 colors: 908,542.
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