Instyle has teamed up with Derlot’s Alexander Lotersztain to launch two new acoustic products, Intersect and Float – both in Instyle’s intelligent Ecoustic collection of acoustic environmental products.
May 11th, 2018
Instyle’s renowned Ecoustic collection sees sophisticated style and intelligent functionality come together in the form of sound absorbing acoustic panels, screens and tiles. The range is widely used in the architecture and design community as a solution for modern office spaces. As the trend of open plan workspaces shows no sign of slowing down, privacy and sound control have become matters worthy of serious design consideration.
Ecoustic Intersect is a stunning sculptural partition system designed to enhance visual and acoustic privacy. The versatile and lightweight system is available in either a landscape or portrait orientation providing clients the flexibility to select the version that best suits their needs. Available in six colourways, Intersect can be arranged individually or in combination to create adaptable areas from linear screening to curved meeting nooks. The modularity of the system is ideal for new or existing fitouts with acoustic and privacy issues in a wide range of interiors such as workplace, education, retail and public building spaces.
Ecoustic Float is a clever modular cloud + baffle system that gives a nod to childhood invention. The playful design features various angles for intersection providing endless scalable configurations. Float can be choreographed into patterns as large as one imagines, in free standing suspended orientations and circular forms, giving designers the freedom to arrange the clouds in any form they desire to suit the scale and interior space.
The two new offerings from Instyle, designed in collaboration with Derlot’s Alexander Lotersztain, are a great addition to an already indispensable range.
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