The innovative Australian brand unveils three exciting new products at Milan Design Week.
April 26th, 2013
Wovin Wall previewed new feature wall and ceiling panelling systems at the recent Salone Ufficio International Workspace Exhibition.
Foliar, designed by Adam Cornish, is an organic, three-dimensional tile system composed of leaves on a backing tile. The individual leaves can be folded for added textural dimension, or laid flat as desired. The dynamic system is available in two-tone tiles which allows for an extensive array of colour combinations.
Moov Acoustic is an elegant wall and ceiling panelling tile with excellent sound absorption, designed by Andrew Cliffe from The World Is Round. Quick and simple to install, the smooth three-dimensional hyperbolic curves of Moov Acoustic create a stunning acoustic solution. The product is available in 56 colours across three felt and marle finishes.
Cove, designed by Michael Young, is a sophisticated and highly functional wall panelling tile system. The curvature of the anodised aluminium tile is engineered for maximum broadband sound absorption, and the stamped perforated designs of the aluminium tile are designed to optimise sound deflection. Cove is easy to install via a magnetic fixing system and offers a broad range of colours and finishes for various architectural uses.
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