ARCHITECTURAL ACOUSTICS - ESCHER MODULAR ACOUSTIC SYSTEM
ESCHER is a modular acoustic system for wall and ceiling installation with a visually distinct personality. Each installation is built up of compact hexagonal units that can be combined to configure a pattern of random size and shape. This flexibility enables the system to be easily applied to ceilings and walls where interruptions (lighting and ventilation elements, windows etc.) occur and on surfaces with irregular contours. The hexagonal units each consist of three diamond shaped Basotect parts that are flocked in a different shade or colour, which together with the three-dimensional profile provides stunning visual effects. The system also comprises a light unit, which can be integrated in the desired quantities in every configuration.
M. C. Escher was a Dutch graphic artist with a distinctive style based on trompe l'oeuil effects and geometric patterns.