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Company NameInformare
Company AddressSalisbury House
29 Finsbury Circus
London EC2M 5SQ
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NameCora Kemp
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Category - Interior
    This is a new category that recognises wall, floor, ceiling and surface design products, including decorative, creative and inventive surfaces for the interior of buildings including both commercial and residential properties.
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Name of organisation entering the Awards (if different from above)Woven Image
Role of this organisation in the project being entered (if different from above)Designer
Project/Product Name (written how it should appear)Fuji Acoustic Ceiling Tiles
Project AddressThe Collective Agency, The Glassworks
Mill Bay, Folkestone
Kent CT20 1JG
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Acoustic ceiling tiles for the workplace environment aren’t normally renowned for their originality but Woven Image’s version interweave cutting-edge design with sustainability, reinventing ceilings with acoustic properties for the modern workplace.

With a modern Japonisme and art deco inspired design, Fuji tiles give shape, colour and acoustic control to shared spaces, breaking free from standard flat ceiling tile solutions common in the industry. The 3D formed shape and embossed linework of the tile has been specifically designed to capacitate both its acoustic performance and unique aesthetic. Available in square sizes Roku and Ku, and rectangular sizes Juni and Hachi. Utilising Woven Image’s universal hardware for ceilings, the tiles integrate with a designed barrel kit to make installation quick and easy and enables direct fix or suspended applications.

Finishes selection in ceiling spaces is more important than ever, as the interior design and architecture industry move towards exposed ceilings that give spaces a larger feel and contemporary look - the drawbacks being exposed services, ducting and a lack of sound control. Thus, the ceiling became the ideal place to deliver a unique statement while reducing the amount of sound reverberation to provide acoustic comfort in style. Fuji tiles are recommended for such environments where noise can impact comfort and productivity. In contemporary style, they deliver acoustic treatment, bringing visual appeal and functional benefit to commercial interior spaces.

An integrated lighting solution for Fuji has also been developed, that is suitable for commercial spaces, featuring adjustable lighting and a backlit option. Off-the shelf lighting solutions are also easily integrated. Applications range from workstation hoods, or conference table features, to full ceiling installations in high traffic areas. Unique configurations can easily be achieved through varying the tile size, colourway, hardware finish and suspension height.

Woven Image’s wide range of acoustic finishes enable designers to incorporate acoustic function within both timeless and on trend colour schemes, making them perfect for design led collaborative spaces. Embracing the trend towards more tactile surfaces and three-dimensional textures, Fuji, having been launched in September 2022, interweaves cutting edge design with sustainability and commercial performance.

Fuji offers four ranges;
Fuji Juni - £791
Fuji Roku - £987
Fuji Ku - £1,139
Fuji Hachi - £481

Materials Used

A key product portfolio consists of commercial textiles and acoustic finishes such as EchoPanel®. The original PET acoustic panel made using 60% recycled fibres was invented, patented and launched by Woven Image in 2004, and blossoming into the newest developed surface product; Fuji. As no ceiling space or acoustic brief is the same, Woven Image’s team guides specifiers, building professionals and installers through to successful project completion – ensuring a commitment to creating and providing the best in surface solutions for any commercial interior.

The 100% PET (64% recycled) tiles, Fuji as well as all Woven Image’s products, undergo stringent tests for durability, fire and acoustic performance. Environmental assessments and product certifications are independently verified to maximise credits under global green-building rating tools such as Green Star, LEED v4.1, BREEAM® and the WELL Building Standard™.

Fuji offers 4 stocked colours; cream, onyx and a two-tone duck egg and cream, or cream and onyx colour combination. Colour customisation is also available in the extensive Mura colour palette of 23 colours, resulting in a staggering 529 possible colour combinations.


Woven Image’s design team puts resource efficiency, dematerialisation and minimising environmental impacts at the heart of its thinking. This results in products that are not only beautiful, but functional and highly endurable, with a timeless aesthetic to ensure their longevity.

Fuji is manufactured in Australia using 64% recycled PET and manufactured using solar energy, delivering the environmental credentials which have become synonymous with Woven Image. It also holds environmental certifications including the Global GreenTag, Greenrate level A and platinum Product Health Declaration.

Additionally, Fuji hold a Red List Free Label and are complying with the Living Building Challenge goals of ingredient transparency and industry-wide elimination of all Red List chemicals. The Transparency Initiative from the International Living Future Institute – Declare, an ingredient label for construction materials, empowering design and construction teams to make well-informed decisions.

Woven Image are committed to ensuring Reduced VOC Emissions. Fuji, with low volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are less harmful to the environment and human health and contribute to good Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

Woven Image see value in waste and aim to keep materials circulating in the economy. In 2022, 746.5 tonnes of recycled PET plastic were utilised in our products. By using recycled rather than virgin fibre, the equivalent of 37.3 million 600ml plastic bottles has been prevented from entering landfill or our oceans and stopped 880 tonnes CO2-eq greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere. Woven Image continues to invest in end-of-life recovery programmes for our products, and actively encourages customers to utilise the take-back scheme.

On average our regional production hub produces 120MWh of solar energy per year, with a further 99.9kW solar array installation which was completed in December 2022 and 100kW solar array installation completed in June 2023, we anticipate our solar production will triple. Emissions from solar arrays are <4% of the emissions generated from non-renewables.

Woven Image are committed to further investment in renewable energy to reduce scope 2 emissions and will continue offsetting our unavoidable operational emissions in partnership with Greenfleet, through regenerative carbon removal projects. Since 2017 Woven Image’s contribution has resulted in the equivalent of over 4456 native trees and shrubs being planted in biodiverse forests, that also provide vital habitats for endangered wildlife.

In 2022, the scope of measurements was broadened, including the upfront embodied carbon of the EchoPanel® product portfolio in offsetting commitments. Woven Image have offset 3549.49 tonnes CO2-eq through donations which will see the equivalent of a further 5643 native trees and shrubs established through Greenfleet.

Issues Faced

Woven Image have always set themselves a mission to produce at a new level of originality and creativity, interweaving cutting edge design with sustainability – a difficult task to do. Many acoustic ceiling tiles look utilitarian; however, Woven Image’s designs don’t sacrifice aesthetics at the expense of functionality.

Additional Comments

For over 30 years Woven Image have been supplying the built environment with sustainable, design-led acoustic finishes and textile products that have been extensively used in commercial projects including workplace, hospitality, education and healthcare ensuring each space looks, feels and sounds great. Its approach has given architects, designers and construction professionals the confidence to specify and install Woven Image products, across the floor plate, in interior fit outs globally.

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