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Behind Autex Acoustics' New Colours

Designing is ingrained in Autex Acoustics’ DNA. The company always follows a meticulous process, whether creating innovative new acoustic solutions, constructing bespoke solutions for architects, or curating new colour palettes.

Their approach has sustainability at its core, providing practical solutions for architects, installers, and those living around their products. The most recent additions to their range are four new nature-inspired colours: Canyon, Caspian, Highland, and Terrace.

These colours have been expertly curated to expand their palettes and provide even more design possibilities. Each hue is a representation of natural architecture from around the world, allowing you to bring the best of nature indoors. Available in all of their products, including Cube, Composition, Frontier, Lanes, and Quietspace Panel, you can embrace these new additions in any form.

Read more about the meaning behind these colours below:


Taking inspiration from the sunbaked cliffs of the Grand Canyon, this hue is truly a welcoming feature. Canyon is one of those warm and inviting hosts; its sunny undertones make it most at home with its warmer friends, but it can also coexist with cooler hues, making it an accommodating colour that energises a space. A colour reminiscent of summer, this friendly orange hue will add a sense of space and light to your surroundings.


Named after the Caspian Sea, this dark colour captures the mysterious and elegant features of the world’s largest inland body of water. Hovering between grey and blue, this stormy hue can be dramatic or subdued, depending on the environment. An alluring alternative to charcoal, deep green base notes make this complex colour a chameleon capable of transforming a space.


The rolling Highlands of Scotland inspire this subtly warm and delicately mossy green. This muted earthy tone mimics a warm neutral and will revitalise a space without overpowering it. Green, in any form, is an uplifting and restorative addition to your environment and your mood. Increasingly, Autex Acoustics is turning to tones of green that are reminiscent of nature and work to counter the external chaos.


The pink and white terraces were a true wonder of the world before their destruction in the eruption of Mount Tarawera. These geothermal springs got their names from their colouring created by the unique combination of minerals found in the area. It is this calming and therapeutic pink tone that the inspiration was taken from for Terrace. A subtly hued alternative to warm grey, this dusky purple tone combines warmth and lightness to create a colour capable of illuminating a space.

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