The EchoPanel Frequency range from Woven Image gets a colourful boost with the addition of five new colourways to the existing neutral palette.
3 May, 2017
Woven Image has extended the palette of its very first print design collection, Frequency, with five new colours, opening up new possibilities for design customisation in interior spaces. Ten years since the launch of this signature design, Frequency remains one of the most popular and versatile in Woven Image’s printed EchoPanel collection, which now has 11 stocked designs in various colourways.
EchoPanel is a panelling material with significant acoustic qualities and a fabric-like finish. Made largely using post-consumer waste sourced from recycled PET bottles, the highly recyclable EchoPanel offers an eco-sensitive and practical alternative to traditional textile-covered surfaces in office workstations, feature walls, room dividers, wall panelling or partitioning systems. A high-performance product that meets the needs of demanding environments from modern offices, hotels and restaurants to residential interiors, EchoPanel acoustic decorative panelling ticks all the boxes for sustainable design.
The five new colourways recently introduced to the EchoPanel Frequency collection aim to add a touch of vibrancy to the existing neutral palette. Utilising new EchoPanel base colours, the new colourways include silver on Magenta, citrus yellow on Smoke, champagne pearl on Denim, white on Sage, and white on Frost. The Frequency collection comes in a standard 12mm thickness with the panels measuring 2,400mm x 1,200mm.
The addition of the new on-trend colourways is expected to expand design possibilities for designers of contemporary interiors seeking sustainable material choices.
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