The Wovin WallÂ® has been awarded the Environmental Excellence award at the 2008 NeoCon World Trade Fair in Chicago.
August 25th, 2008
Wovin Wall® is a unique system formed with Wovin® tiles clipped together in a grid, creating a distinctive ‘woven’ pattern for feature walls and ceilings.
The Environmental Excellence award was given to Wovin Wall® for “Environmental Conscientiousness and Accountability,” with the modular system being lightweight, flexible and easy to install and reinstall with no waste.
Able to be fixed to most walls and ceilings, the Wovin Wall® offers acoustic benefits and will contribute to a building’s Australian Green Star rating. The system is customisable using laser cutting and routing and is available in a range of finishes from timber veneer to aluminium and printed images.
Wovin Wall® is exclusively distributed by Instyle textiles.
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