Woven Image has launched an all new website following a vibrant rebranding effort just 12 months ago.
March 6th, 2017
The site is both a B2B ecommerce portal and showcase area for the complete Woven Image catalogue of high-performing textiles, wall coverings, space-dividers, tiles and acoustic solutions. Also debuting with the site is a new intuitive Tile Tool for the architecture and design community.
The site is splashed with imagery from the latest collection, released this month, and featuring a number of classic upholstery fabrics, a revamped colour palette, and a new exciting approach to the wall-covering category. This new approach sees the introduction of Terrain and Orbit panels; sound-absorbing choices with a natural flax surface finish and subtle printed pattern option.
The hero product for this release and already taking the industry by storm is Focus, a new addition to the Woven Image Classic Upholstery textile collection. With a sophisticated palette and hand Focus has the look and feel of a felt with the added performance of a woven textile. Also available in a waterproof extreme high performance quality edition, Focus along with Focus HP provide versatile textile choices for contract interiors from office to hospitality and healthcare environments.
Also worth mentioning is the extension to the peel’n’stick Acoustic Tile collection, the Splice Tile. Splice is comprised of 3 tile variations; each with a particular groove-cut line designed that reveals a incised splash of colour. Using the brand new Tile Tool, the easy-to-install, sound-absorbing tiles can now be arranged and configured to create some beautiful and intricate patterns.
Check out the Tile Tool and new site here!
Photography: Nicole England
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