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TIGHTROPE AND ECOPANEL TILT BY WOVEN IMAGE

Tightrope is a bold new upholstery design reflecting the current architectural trend for lineal geometric shapes. As part of the Woven Image summer collection it is being released alongside EchoPanel®Tilt.



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December 1st, 2013


The design of Tightrope and Tilt combine a vertical and horizontal zig zag of cross-hatching that creates a multi-directional mesh pattern. Referencing the notion of magic and illusion a three dimensional twist effect is created. The design appears as one pattern close up and transforms into an intersecting play of colour and line work from a distance.

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Tightrope is a heavy duty commercial upholstery design that is price competitive without compromising on performance. It is available in 8 fresh summer colourways that pop, including nemo orange, bold magenta and electric tones reminiscent of vibrant coral coves.

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EchoPanel®Tilt is a one colour, double sided, pigment print onto 12mm EchoPanel®. Tilt utilises the same design as Tightrope with an alteration to the scale and print production process. Designed to be used as a multi-directional workstation screen/panel product Tilt provides ease of installation.

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EchoPanel®Tilt is available in a palette of versatile neutral tones including chalk, pebble, charcoal, steel and a directional copper metallic. Ideal for commercial office and hospitality interiors, Tightrope and EchoPanel®Tilt reference the strong trend for architecturally inspired lineal mesh designs, creating a bold and vibrant summer palette of co-ordinating upholstery and panel products.

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