Key facts

Product:
Flexo
Family:
OWAconsult® collection – designed by Hadi Teherani
Manufacturer:
OWA
Designer:
Hadi Teherani
Architonic ID:
1208183
Country:
Germany
Launched:
2012
Groups:
Wall coverings-Acoustic solutions
Ceiling elements-Ceiling panels
Room acoustics-Sound absorption
Sound absorption-Ceiling systems

Product description

Format mix for individualists
The four different, freely combinable formats can be used to create individual ceiling designs and realise your artistic vision of a room, its use and its structure. And what is so brilliantly simple about it is that the modules can be put together to create whatever mix you want with variants in 600 x 600 mm, 1200 x 300 mm, 1200 x 600 mm and 1200 x 1200 mm.

Product family

Concept

Modular ceiling system for creatives
More freedom, openness and creativity in ceiling design – that’s the goal of our partnership with Hadi Teherani, a man who is both architect and product designer. We have fundamentally reinterpreted how ceilings function. The result: a modular system that opens up a whole new world of possibilities for your own ceiling creations. Also part of the system: lighting modules using the most up-to-date LED technology to throw a completely new light on the ceilings in our new collection. They are ideal companions for the new system. The OWAconsult® collection allows for variable designs of individual, naturalistic surface textures such as have never been possible before. And we even have solutions for thermally activated ceilings: open yet highly effective acoustic ceiling canopies that set new standards in design. Our dedicated OWAconsult® specialists advise and support designers with broad-based expertise – from the design phase through to realisation of project-specific ceiling creations.

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Brand story

Ulrich Büttner

21.09.2015

OWA, based in the Bavarian town of Amorbach, has been developing ceiling systems since 1948; first in woodfibre, then in mineral wool. Its latest offering, the 'OWAconsult collection', treats the ceiling as a three-dimensional object, imbuing it with

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