Redefining acoustics for surfaces: EchoLine from Kirei

Kirei has launched EchoLine, the newest addition to the company’s EchoPanel series, a collection of decorative, functional and acoustic products that include panels, systems, tiles and partitions made by Woven Image and distributed in North America by Kirei.

EchoLine has the unique ability to transition from flat to curved surfaces, making it an ideal solution that creates visual interest while maintaining sound absorption. A linear-cut pattern provides a dynamic, textured dimension to any flat wall or ceiling thanks to a classic pinstripe design. EchoLine has the ability to hug the contours of nearly any space.

EchoLine is the newest part of the EchoPanel series of responsibly sourced acoustic materials made from recycled raw materials – over 50 million plastic bottles have been reclaimed and turned into EchoPanels. EchoPanel has Declare certification, is Red List chemical free and helps spaces qualify for LEED credits and other green building or sustainability certifications. The collection is available in all 20 12mm EchoPanel colors and comes in four different styles — Square 2.0, Groovy 0.5, Groovy 1.0, and Groovy 3.0. Each panel is 46” L x 94” H. Custom options are also available.

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