Interlam Decorative Wall Panels and Screens
Art Diffusion, Elements, Screens
Art Diffusion and Elements panels by Interlam are homogeneously coloured or plain panels of HDF whose surfaces have been carved or sculpted into dramatic organic forms with CNC routers.
With over 225 distinct patterns available on an indent basis, we stock many of our most popular patterns for immediate dispatch enabling those tight timeframe jobs to be met, while retaining access to all designs where a truly unique application is called for.
Interlam also offers a range of Screens in organic and repeating patterns perfect for use as room dividers, ceiling inserts and within cabinetry.
The decorative panels are fantastic as feature walls and to create texture and depth to reception desk frontages, furniture and ceilings within hotels, corporate headquarters, bars, restaurants and retail environments.
Drop into our showroom to view full panels first hand and to see a wide range of samples featuring many of the designs and finishes available.
The following extensive range of finishes are available:
- Membrane pressed vinyls (in a wide range of wood grains and colours, finished in matt and gloss)
- 2 pack acid catalyzed paints
- Metallic paints
- Oxidised finishes; and
The panels can be machined out of a variety of substrates in addition to our standard HDF, including a flame retarding MDF, one with moisture resistant characteristics (suitable for non structural paint grade exterior applications), and an MDF with environmental credentials (comprised of 100% recycled wood fiber with a formaldehyde free adhesive system). Please speak with us further regarding your project requirements.
The pattern depth refers to the deepest cut that is made in the raw stock in order to produce the pattern. This will dictate (amongst other things) the panel thickness required, and the finish available. Some designs can reach depths of up to 30 mm.
Most patterns can be produced in either a vertical or horizontal application. A pattern is said to be vertical if the tool marks generally run along the length of the panel, and are said to be horizontal where the tool marks run across the width of the panel. This may not always be obvious – see Interlam’s web site to determine your preferred orientation for a given pattern. Note that the vertical and horizontal designations have nothing to do with the installed orientation.
Pattern Repeat Type
Most patterns can be manufactured so that the pattern continues smoothly from panel to panel in all directions creating a monolithic appearance when properly installed. Depending on the pattern and customer requirements, this continuity can be achieved in a variety of ways. Pattern ‘repeat types’ include the following: continuous flow pattern, repeating pattern, single panel pattern, fixed set pattern and A-B repeat type patterns.
The Art Diffusion, Elements and Screens products offer the customer an extremely broad variety of cores, patterns, finishes and installation choices to meet the diverse design objectives of our customers. In order to translate your requirements into an accurate specification, please review our online brochure [see http://issuu.com/interlam/docs/interlam_2010] or call us to discuss your requirements.
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