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The Unfettered Sense of Color and Pattern: Wolf-Gordon at Neocon 2022

Three digitally printed upholstery textiles and a brandnew acoustic wallcovering

15/06/2022 - Wolf-Gordon is starring at Neocon 2022, and for this occasion they presented a new acoustic panel, GATHER™ Acoustical Materials, along with the Curated Collection introduction, Chromalis by Bradley L Bowers, complemented by a special presentation of sustainable products.

The American brand Wolf-Gordon, specialized in interior surfacing products, presents to the NeoCon audience Chromalis, is the new collaboration with New Orleans based artist and designer, Bradley L Bowers as part of its Curated Collection of digital textiles and wallcovering designs by notable creatives. Chromalis is an exploration of color and movement, imparting the influence of optical illusions and dimension on three upholstery textiles and one wallcovering.



Representing a brand new product segment for the company and a host of options for specifiers seeking interesting means for acoustic mitigation, GATHERTM Acoustical Materials adds an ingenious set of solutions to Wolf-Gordon’s product portfolio. With the changing dynamics of open spaces in commercial interiors, GATHER Acoustical Materials help reduce background noise and create privacy, whether in workplace, education, hospitality, or healthcare interiors.  Constructed in a rigid acoustic panel format, GATHER Acoustical Materials is offered in a series of patterns and colors developed by WG Design Studio that create a limitless range of effects when combined with the rich application options. 

Additionally, Wolf-Gordon celebrates a growing collection of sustainable product offerings that the company has developed over the past two years. The rear of the showroom is curated with Wolf-Gordon’s PVC-free products, along with those of a notable sustainability or wellness story. This unique presentation includes: CLAIR® PVC-Free wallcovering, RAMPART® ResolveTM PVC-Free wall protection, Sirona inherently antimicrobial textiles with 86% post-consumer recycled content, and Cork upholstery made from the namesake rapidly renewable material.  Additionally, Wolf-Gordon celebrates a growing collection of sustainable products that the company has developed over the past two years which includes: CLAIR® PVC-Free wallcovering, RAMPART® Resolve™ PVC-Free wall protection, Sirona inherently antimicrobial textiles, and Cork upholstery made from the namesake rapidly renewable material.

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