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Creating Patterns with Wood

The three-dimennsional wood effect is created by the individual slat members of the Au.diSlat panel. Separate pre-finished timber slats are mounted in a modular panel array which is treated acoustically with Asona's integrated acoustic backing (IAB).

Concealed fixing points are provided allowing the panel to be screw-fixed to a conventional furring channel or batten system, and thus when installed, a continuous linear effect is achieved.

In Auckland's recently refurbished Metrocentre, Walker Retail Architects have pushed the Asona Au.diSlat system further by alternating the 600 x 600 AX-48s modules perpendicular to each other, creating an interesting cross-hatch pattern. Walker also ran the panels along and up the bulk head creating an interesting feature in a long narrow space. The veneered American oak slats stained red beech and matt lacquered radiates a warmth and richness from the space, and is further enhanced with the use of bold red back-lighting and funky pendant lights.

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