Wall Coverings

Durasein Rooted Collection

Seamless Surfaces

Rooted Collection is Durasein’s latest texture of solid surface materials featuring a merger of nature and technology. Created to mimic the warmth and visual texture of wood, the collection is made up of three colors, the first being Hickory. The 100% acrylic solid surface material is resistant to scratches, impact and heat.

New Horizons Collection from Kirei

Tune Out the Noise

Designed to limit waste and scaled for spaces large and small, the New Horizons Collection from Kirei features five EchoLine acoustic products defined by clean lines and simple, minimalist textures. The new collection—EchoEdge, EchoLine 45, EchoLine Subway, the Embossed Panel Series, and EchoTile Ascent—facilitates healthier interior environments that are visually compelling and easy for designers and architects to specify. The EchoLine offers designers 31 colors and endless customization options and is 100% PET.

Designer Laminates Collection

Timeless Design

The Designer Laminates Collection Antibacterial from ASI | Architectural Systems  incorporates cutting edge technology with the newest finishes and textures. The collection consists of 13 wood grains, solid colors and textured patterns that are treated with a proprietary additive that inhibits the growth and spread of bacterial colonies and fungus. Homogenous, non-porous, easy to maintain, scratch and impact resistant, these HPL laminates are GREENGUARD Gold Certified, contributingto sustainability.

Moz Designs' Blendz Patina Collection

Mosey on Over

Oakland-based metal experts' Moz Designs has introduced new earth-toned colorways as an extension of the Blendz Patina Collection. The new colors bring the look of naturally timeworn textures to commercial spaces using lightweight metal materials. Available in rusted copper hues, deep forest greens, and moody grays, the colors appear antique while maintaining a smooth, easy-to-clean finish. Crafted with 100% recyclable aluminum.

Smith & Fong’s adventure-inspired wall and ceiling panels

Hit the Wall and Ceiling

Smith & Fong’s six new adventure-inspired wall and ceiling panels depict a unique, luxury aesthetic for high-end hospitality, commercial or residential environments. Durapalm’s range of carved wall and ceiling panels—comprised of Ironwood, Tonga, Manali, Agra, Goa and Malabar—are made in the U.S., with both imported and domestic materials.


Visual Soundscape—Acoustic Art

The addition of the AKUART line of high-design acoustic art by Kirei provides architects and designers with sustainably-driven acoustic solutions that prioritize beauty and functionality. Made from green materials, AKUART’s four framed acoustic design elements—“On The Wall’ acoustic wall panels; ‘Hang With Me’ suspended panels; ‘Stand By Me’ free standing wall screens; and ‘Shelter Me’ acoustic desk screens —allow designers to select from a variety of art, including solid colors, pre-existing art, or custom images. Each canvas is machine washable, bleach-cleanable and can be printed on with high-resolution images and graphics


Unique Patterns

The Ecoustic Matrix Tile presents bold 3-D design that will add depth and modern beauty to any space and can be used on walls and ceilings to absorb and diffuse sound. Subtle and commanding patterns can be created by mixing 34 colors and altering the orientation of the tiles to build formations that play with light and shadow. The acoustic panels visually soften the space, and add a visual representation to the perceptible improved acoustic quality, achieving a NRC rating of 0.70.

PIRA wall and ceiling panels

On Display

Mikodam’s PIRA new wall and ceiling panels offer flexible options for creating sophisticated interiors. Dynamic three dimensional patterns emerge through thoughtful placement of simple lines. A variety of combinations can be achieved through use of color and materials, from wood veneer to lacquer to fabric. Simple, safe assembly.

ModularArts' AuralScapes acoustic wall panels

Acoustic Wall Panels with Shape

ModularArts' AuralScapes acoustic wall panels support rigid PET felt baffles, available in distinct topographies and various colors. Maximum sound absorption is achieved with parabolic ridges cast into the gypsum panels, designed to reflect sound into the absorbent baffles. Panels interlock for accurate alignment and require only caulking between joints.Flo, Crush, Dune and Drift are four topographic options that create interesting wall textures with acoustic benefits. 


No Holes in this Plan

The Mike Ilitch School of Business at Wayne State brings together many materials to create a modern space. Dri-Design’s Perforated Imaging Panels were used to create the school’s logo in the Lear Auditorium. The panels were installed over light diffusing fabric and a mounting structure. Lighting color can be changed depending on the activity taking place, be it a community or school function. On exteriors, the panels don’t impede airflow, and can provide shade without sacrificing style or design.