Figure No. 1 breaks free of the rectilinear box. This tile-based wallcovering system uses positive and negative versions of sinuous lines to create graphic, organic patterns and tactile dimension. The composite cork-backed tiles are covered in varied thicknesses of felt to create depth and shadow. Each order includes equal numbers of four pattern elements that are arranged according to one standard configuration and attach to a wall surface with heavy-duty wallcovering adhesive. Choose one color to keep the patterning subtle or play up the dimensionality with up to four colors per wall.
Color Options 1-Color, 2-Color, 3-Color, or 4-Color per wall
Trim Options End-of-Run Trim
Durability Contract or residential
Maintenance Vacuum occasionally to remove general air-borne debris. Should soiling occur, spot clean with mild soap and lukewarm water. Avoid aggressive rubbing as this can continue the felting process and change the surface appearance of the felt. Refer to 100% Wool Design Felt Maintenance + Cleaning for detailed care instructions.
Lead Time Made to order and certain lead times will apply
Environmental 100% Wool Design Felt is 100% biodegradable and Cork Composite Backing is 93% pre-consumer recycled content
Contains no formaldehyde, low VOC, no chemical irritants, and free of harmful substances
Installation Each order includes equal numbers of both positive and negative tiles with 3mm and 5mm felt alternating position to achieve a dimensional effect. Tiles are arranged according to one standard configuration and attach to a wall surface using a heavy-duty wallcovering adhesive. Tiles may be trimmed to size with a utility knife.
Custom 5-Color or more per wall must be quoted
Akustika backing available to achieve NRC rating of 0.50
Variation Wool felt is a natural material and color variation and inclusions of natural fiber on the surface are evidence of the 100% natural origin of the material. Product color is only indicative, as it is not possible to assure consistency of color in a natural product due to the natural color of raw wool and absorption of dyes. Color matching cannot be guaranteed between individual tiles and expect color variation beyond the normal commercial range.
Submaterial principal David Hamlin studied fine art at University of Colorado Boulder, leaving in 1989 to explore the design opportunities of the Pacific Northwest. For the next twenty years he embraced magazine cover illustration, furniture design, retail and merchandising design and finally entrepreneurship with the launch of his first company in 2001. Established in 2006, Submaterial relocated to the American Southwest and has enjoyed extensive success including a 2014 Interior Design Best of Year Award for the Figure No. 2 wallcovering.