Woven Image launches two bold new collections – Tightrope and EchoPanel®Tilt.
October 23rd, 2013
Ideal for commercial office and hospitality interiors, Tightrope and EchoPanel®Tilt are new vibrant summer ranges of co-ordinating upholstery and panel products that reference the strong trend for architecturally inspired lineal mesh designs.
The design of Tightrope and EchoPanel®Tilt combine a vertical and horizontal zigzag of cross-hatching, which creates a multi-directional mesh pattern. Referencing the notion of magic and illusion, a three-dimensional twist effect is created where the design appears as one pattern close up and transforms into an intersecting play of colour and line work from a distance.
Tightrope is a heavy-duty commercial upholstery design that is priced competitively without compromising on performance. It is available in eight fresh, eye-popping summer colourways, including nemo orange, bold magenta and electric tones reminiscent of vibrant coral coves.
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. It’s designed to be used as a multi-directional workstation screen/panel product and is easy to install. The product comes in a palette of versatile neutral tones including chalk, pebble, charcoal, steel and a directional copper metallic.
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