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AZURE - June 2019 - The Workspace Issue - Cover

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A collaboration between the Swiss development and design studio Dukta and interior architect Bernd Benninghoff, this collection of wood products includes acoustic wall and ceiling panels, freestanding screens and acoustic installations. Utilizing a unique incision process, the wood takes on textile-like qualities that transform them into flexible and three-dimensional applications.

Comprising four patterns, including Flow and Wave variations, the systems feature a rippled facing that are 10 millimetres thick and available in select engineered woods and hardwoods in natural or charcoal finishes. Flow is offered in one standard panel size with four different profiles; and Wave is comprised of standard modular panels in various sizes that can be assembled in one standard configuration.

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