3D Eco Wall Panels UK

3D Eco Wall Panels UK


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Brings your walls to life with our modern and eco friendly 3d wall panels made out of the fibrous residue of sugarcane. The fibres of crushed sugarcane stalks remaining after raw sugar is extracted from the juice of the sugarcane by shredding it, is now the raw material, called bagasse. This forms the base of this easily installed eco friendly product. The raw material used for our 3d wall panels is 100% recycled, compostable and is therefore 100% biodegradable.Our 3D wall panels can be installed very simply and can be painted, sprayed or finished to suit your needs. We have 12 different Eco contemporary designs available which will bring your walls to life and add a different dimension to any room.
Our 3D moisture resistant MDF standard wall panels are sanded and primed for easy installation. Standard size of panels are 2440mm X 1220 mm x 18mm. All panels match on 4 sides and can be installed horizontal or vertical. Can be easily painted or sprayed in most finishes. We have 8 contemporary 3D MDF panels to choose from.
We also stock a range of Polished Plaster wall finishes on our sister site http://www.hawkandtrowel.com

Services Provided:
Specialist 3D wall panels.

Areas Served:
United Kingdom


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A Film Documentary On The Megaro Project

This new documentary by Timid AoC details the creation of our recently completed 450 square metre mural opposite St. Pancras International in Kings Cross, London. The mural, painted by myself and three fellow members of Agents of Change – Remi/RoughLX.One andAugustine Kofie encompasses two sides of a five storey Georgian building…(More info and photos are available on the Vimeo page after the film)

Remi Rough – Brighton mural



Just finished working on The Karpo Project with Remi RoughAugustine Kofie and LX One. The commission involved painting a six storey Georgian building in the heart of Kings Cross, London, as well as producing 14 artworks for a permanent collection in the Restaurant. Here’s my four and also a selection of the other works on show.We’re also getting some great press coverage for the Mural via the Evening Standard andCreative Review. Photographer, Ian Cox took the shots for the CR article. He also documented the mural in progress. For more of Ian’s photos of the mural check outWallkandy.