Design Hubâ€™s new â€˜ArtevistaÂ®â€™ range offers a decorative yet functional solution to spaces and surfaces both inside and out.
June 15th, 2009
‘Artevista’ sculptural panels are versatile moulded tiles, suitable for unlimited commercial and residential architectural applications, including interior and exterior cladding on ceilings and walls.
Utilising various materials and finishes, the range encompasses eight unique designs with patterns which seamlessly extend beyond each panel. An acoustic absorbing tile, ‘Oscillate’ is backed with acoustic absorption material, making it an ideal noise buffer for busy environments.
Available in multiple colours as well as black and white, ‘Oscillate’ can be hung from the ceiling as a room partition, or installed as a water or light feature.
‘Egg’ adds visual texture to commercial and residential interiors with its pressed metal effect. Its angular shapes, reminiscent of squashed egg cartons, are ideal for commercial and office interiors.
Filling out the range is Design Hub’s classic ‘Modium’ pattern with its smooth, crisp effect. A particularly popular panel is ‘Snake Skin’, which adds a snake skin-like finish to ‘Modium’ and has been created in collaboration with metal finishing company, Axolotl.
For a more ridge-like effect ‘Rasp’ is a play on depth, light and shadow with its grooved pattern stretching seamlessly from tile to tile.
Drawing the eye with star-like facets, ‘Cubistar’ was originally used for front door panels, but has been developed to suit a range of other surfaces.
Completing the range is ‘Sticks’, ‘Neo’ and ‘Corrugate’, all available in various colours and finishes.
All panels come in durable white and ivory, or with a range of colour finishes. Versatile in both application and appearance, the panels can be coated in a Metaganic metal finish of bronze, copper, rust and brass – to name a few.
Applications range from decorative and acoustic linings, to commercial and home theatres, studios, foyers, shop fit-outs, exhibition stands, restaurants and more.
Designhub can also custom-make ‘Artevista®’ panels to suit design preference and size, as well as fabricating modules and screens and custom corners and fillets.
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