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Weaving sustainability and style into acoustic design: The latest from Woven Image

With its range of products to suit different environments and needs, Woven Image caters to acoustic needs without compromising on design excellence. There are new additions to check out.

Weaving sustainability and style into acoustic design: The latest from Woven Image

Array 24mm ceiling baffle system.

Since 2004, Woven Image has diverted 5820 tonnes of PET, the equivalent of 291 million 600ml plastic drinks bottles, from global landfill and waterways. Moreover, in addition to first-class global environmental certifications, Woven Image supports GreenFleet to offsets its carbon emissions.

Increasingly important, these environmental measures must pair with products we actually need in order to be truly sustainable. Here, Woven Image has set the bar high with an array of acoustic solutions that perform to perfection while looking amazing. The latest to join the Serene Contours range for ceiling acoustics are Array and Fuji.

EchoPanel® Ohm in Mushroom.

Aptly named, Array (meaning impressive display) is a dramatic and customable acoustic ceiling baffle system of interleaved panels. Designed to control noise reverberation in shared spaces, the EchoPanel Baffles come in 12mm and 24mm thicknesses in a range of designs. That said, the Woven Image studio is available to develop a bespoke iteration or finesse as needs be. They are engineered for quick and easy installation, with about 60 per cent less hardware than other acoustic baffle systems.

Also for the ceiling, Fuji 3D formed tiles reduce reverberation through a high sound absorption rating. Inspired by modern Japonisme and Art Deco curves the Fuji collection includes Roku, a smaller square-shape, Juni with its long rectangular shape, and the large square-shaped, double-sided embossed Ku. Designed for sound absorption, Ku can also be used as a conference table suspended feature.

Related: Acoustic ceiling tiles by Woven Image

EchoPanel® Palace in Vineyard Green.

The walls have not been forgotten and the latest form Woven Image is highly cognisant of the office as a place for people to connect and collaborate, exchanging ideas and information. Acoustics have never been more important, nor is how a space looks and feels. As such, the latest wall finishes embrace the trend towards more tactile surfaces and three-dimensional textures that embody cutting edge design with sustainability and commercial performance. Moreover, each style delivers a beautiful and textural element to vertical surfaces, thanks to reverberation-combating technology.

Joining the Serene Contour range of wall solutions are Palace and Ohm, plus Ion Duet, a dual-sided panel for partitioning.

Focus Chain wrapped textile panel.

Established in 1987, Woven Image is an international interior finishes company with sustainability and design leadership at its core. In addition to commercial grade textiles, the Woven Image portfolio includes acoustic surface finishes such as EchoPanel®, suitable for wall, ceiling and space dividing applications across workplace, hospitality and education sectors. Originating in Australia, Woven Image has offices in Singapore and China and a network of distributors covering all major markets.

Fuji Ku acoustic tiles.
Ion Duet dual-sided panel.

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