The Millenium Panels, designed by the innovative Italian company Cleaf, are from an extensive collection of HPL panels offered by DecoLegno. Inspired by the soft wood of red pines, both sides of the panels contain the tactility and surface structure of the wood. Continue reading
Making it’s debut at ICFF in New York this May is the BuzziFalls space divider, which is both an elegant art piece and sound dampening solution in one. Its myriad patterns reference nature, with concepts like trees and leaves cut into BuzziFelt, as well as more contemporary graphic patterns. Designed primarily to tackle open-floor plan design problems, it can serve as a decorative room divider or be hung in front of a wall, acting as dimensional wallpaper with acoustical properties. Continue reading
Torzo’s new interior architectural wood panel, Striata, emphasizes unique beauty and durability, while maintaining a clear focus on responsible sustainability. The Striata panels are manufactured in Oregon using 100% premium SFI certified Pacific Northwest Douglas fir from regionally harvested trees. The wood panels are available in two design options: Striata and Striata Fusion.
Striata is easily fabricated and is offered in a natural wood tone that can be custom stained and finished in a variety of color/glass combinations. Striata Fusion uses the Striata fir panel as a substrate, and the exclusive TorZo Surfaces acrylic infusion process transforms the wood panel into an interior surfacing material suitable for high traffic and demanding installations.
The striking organic pattern of Striata Fusion comes to life through the company’s palette of eight distinctive colors comprised of four neutral tones, including: Cocoa, Copper, Onyx and Natural; as well as premium vibrant tones: Amethyst, Ruby, Sapphire and Turquoise. Both the Striata and Striata Fusion panels provide an outstanding interior surfacing material that is suitable for a wide range of vertical, horizontal, and specialty applications.
The ancient Japanese method of shou-sugi–ban was used to develop this outstanding artisanal charred woods collection from Arch Systems. The vibrant collection is comprised of deep saturated hues and pops of color that are offered in Cypress, Redwood and Yellow Pine species in random plank lengths. Continue reading
Panelox is a unique composite panel consisting of two layers of aluminum with two color anodized patterns etched into the surface by Alumet. The panel, manufactured by a top producer of composite materials, has a non-combustible core and .05 mm thick aluminum surface sheets. Continue reading
Crealloy is the skin or outer shell formed during the production of large solid cast aluminum blocks. The skin captures the flow and marks of the molten aluminum as it cools and quickly solidifies as it leaves the die-cast. Continue reading
These outstanding acoustic panels were created by the Jonas Ravlo Stokke and Øystein Austad design studio, based in Oslo, Norway. Patch is a series of graphically designed panels comprised of several different textiles from the textile producer Gudbrandsdalen Uldvarefabrikk. Each panel is enhanced with additional materials, such as mirrors, brass and Norwegian stone. Continue reading
These colorful art panels and the carved relief panel from B+N Industries are the result of a collaboration with the artist Rex Ray. His feel for wood grain, pattern, and shape melds perfectly with the warmth and graphic quality of these exclusive products. Continue reading
BuzziSpace debuts three variations of its latest sound insulating room divider, the BuzziCactus. The three designs are: BuzziCactus Taco, BuzziCactus Tex Mex and BuzziCactus Gringo. Like many of the company’s products, these larger-than-life office plants are acoustic and made with sustainable materials.
The multi-purpose cactus not only bring a sense of humor into a office as an art piece, they also act as a room divider and bulletin board, all rolled into one. Continue reading
These birch bark wall panels provide a new type of surfacing product for residential and commercial application. The bark of each tree harvested has different colors and patterns with the result that every TUOHI panel is unique. The panels are composed of 12mm (.47″) thick MDF board and covered with a thin layer of birch bark. They are 450mm (17.72″) x 450mm (17.72″) square and all of the edges come with interlocking joints. Continue reading