The hills are alive with Echopanel
The versatility of Echopanel enabled the construction of a scene resembling the Banks Peninsula hills and the ashen hues of the Southern Alps. The office space enjoys views of both the hills to the east and the Alps to the west and as intrinsical parts of the regions geography they have clearly been an inspiration for the design. The uncomplicated palette of two tone grey is attractive and yet suitably subdued for any taste and applies a soft style that will be easy to live with today and for the years ahead.
The robust Echopanel can be cut to shape while maintaining sufficient rigidity to stand well as a partition material. As desk dividers the panels provide an important visual barrier and at the same time offer acoustic absorption, thereby improving comfort in the workspace.
The high recycled content of Echopanel sat well with the principal of green design in this 6 star building. The panel is produced from approximately 60% recycled PET and is in turn recyclable itself.
Available in a range of colours, Echopanel enables a designer to produce a result that suits the desired décor. Patterns such as the ‘Frequency’ print used here, add further flexibility in design.