Innovative wall coverings and partitions are offering interesting design options.
A product roundup on www.architechtmagazine.com featured an interesting collection of wall coverings and partitions that can make an aesthetic statement while blocking excess noise and fire and upgrade ordinary enclosures.
Keralite Select, Vetrotech
With innovative surface polishing technology, this float-like glass ceramic has a true colour rendering index of 97,1 and a haze value of 0,5%. It is designed to be specified in large sheets for high-traffic areas such as hallways or conference rooms.
Ginkgo, Stone Designs
An attractive sound-absorbing solution made from polyester foam, these modular acoustic wall tiles reduce ambient noise and echoes. Inspired by the leaf of the Chinese ginkgo tree, the panels can be laminated in custom colours and used to create many different installation designs.
Cortland, Knoll Textiles
This classic textural wall covering features a subtle honeycomb weave made from polyester with a stain- and moisture-resistant finish. It has excellent acoustic properties, high durability and is easy to clean.
Ideal for clutter control and privacy, this workspace divider attaches to the front or sides of workstations, while also serving as sound buffer. It is made from cardboard and poplar plywood with powder-coated steel fixings.
MultiSlide Doors, LaCantina
Blending the inside environment with the outdoors, while providing a thermal barrier, the LaCantina glass doors have wide openings and narrow stile and rail profiles that allow the frames to stack completely flush for a clean aesthetic. They also feature a self-drainage weep system, wide panels and nylon and stainless steel wheels to support heavy loads.
Health Care Collection, Création Baumann
This collection of flame-retardant curtain dividers comprises vibrant designs inspired by nature. Included is an innovative design made up of polyester with an antimicrobial finish that resists dirt and moisture.
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