Azores printable acoustic panels from Artnovion are uniquely customisable

posted on Friday, 27th October 2017 by Steve May

Interior Design  Acoustics  Sound Design 

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Acoustic panel specialist Artnovion has announced the customisable Azores range, for residential and commercial properties. Not only does the treatment improve a room's acoustics, but it can also provide a visual focus for interior design (see above), thanks to a uniquely customisable fabric treatment. 

The Azores printable range allows anything can be printed on any of the seven panel shapes in the range. Images could be client’s photographs, patterns (see below), artworks or company logos. Images are printed directly onto the acoustic panel fabric using water based pigments. The fabric then undergoes a special heat-conditioning process to ensure long-lasting UV protection and colour vibrancy. Artnovion says no additional chemicals are used in the preparation or printing of the fabrics.

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Installers can take advantage of an adjustable fixing system which allows panels to be placed on a wall or hung from the ceiling. Each panel has discreetly placed threaded inserts that are compatible with all M6 accessories. This system also allows panels to be pre-joined for speedy, precise installation (as pictured above).

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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