Architectural Systems, Inc. is a leading international distributor of architectural and sustainable materials. Their distinctive collections offer fresh, innovative solutions for commercial interiors and are streamlined into five categories: ASI Wood Panels, ASI Flooring, ASI Decorative Surfaces, ASI Specialty Products and ASI Display and Furniture.The three exciting new ASI Wood Panel products pictured are: the Fusion Wood Panels, the Eco-Dimensions Bamboo Panels and the InterMix Wood Panels.
The Fusion Wood Panels deliver an organic architectural statement that blends old world craftsmanship with contemporary design. The sustainable collection is a mix of natural materials and reclaimed wine barrels that include Teak and American oak. The panels are available as unfinished, pre-finished matte or high-gloss and in solid wood or wood veneer on an MDF substrate. The Eco-Dimensions Bamboo Wall Panels are lightweight, flexible panels made from pressed bamboo pulp and are available in six silhouettes in unfinished 18” x 18” tiles that can be painted or stained. This collection boasts a Class A fire rating and is water-repellent and sound-absorbent, all leading to a healthy indoor environment.
InterMix® is a collection of three art-inspired groupings: Expressionist, Abstract and Futurist. These sustainable panels coordinate and contrast a melamine surface and wood veneers displaying decorative colors and a modern technique for classic sophistication. They can be mixed and matched as more than 30 melamine colors are available from apple green to white, with a variety of contrasting veneer options including Birch, Maple, Aniegre, Sycamore, Beech, American Cherry, Oak, Teak, Zebrano, Walnut and Padouk. All three of these panel collections are an excellent choice for a feature or accent wall surface, ceiling or architectural millwork application. The company’s products are confidently specified by the foremost architecture and design firms and installed globally in major retail, entertainment, hospitality, corporate, healthcare, education and institutional projects.