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Kirei Unveils 7 New EchoLine® Panels

Kirei Unveils 7 New EchoLine® Panels

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Today, Kirei, provider of innovative, eco-friendly design materials for commercial interiors, has launched seven EchoLine® acoustic panels as a part of the company’s new Level Up collection of fresh panels and screens. The elevated designs of EchoLine increase visual interest with smooth curves, precise lines, intentional seams, and varying degrees of beveled cuts, giving designers a vast array of options to explore. 

“With the new EchoLine collection, we crafted each panel with precision to blend artistry with functionality seamlessly,” says Michael DiTullo, an independent designer and creative director of the EchoLine collection. “These panels not only absorb sound, but also create spaces that inspire, resonate, and elevate the human experience.”

The EchoLine collection features seven distinct and artfully designed etched panels: Crackle, Roman, Braid, Stucco, Santa Fe, Cloud City, and Emerald City. Each panel in the collection can be sized down and custom-cut, allowing designers to craft spaces that bring their exact vision to life. Crackle’s clever interlocking design hides any hint of a seam, and Braid’s interlocking lines add energy and visual delight to any wall. Roman’s clean and natural lines are inspired by 1950s and ’60s architecture, while Santa Fe’s grid-like lines take inspiration from southwestern American art. With strokes cut in varying degree angles, Stucco offers a textured, dimensional feel, while Cloud City and Emerald City provide a continuous curved design that draws the eye around any space. Additionally, Braid and Stucco come in A and B panel options for mirrored installations.

EchoLine panels can also be custom printed with Kirei Ink, Kirei’s in-house printing service.  Blend the natural beauty of botanicals with subtle or striking stonework from more than 50 prints across Kirei Ink’s four collections, or print any custom color, pattern, graphic, or material onto the products. 

Each EchoLine panel is crafted from Class A Fire Rated 12mm or 24mm PET felt made from 60% post-consumer recycled PET with numerous environmental certifications, including Declare Label (Red List Free), HPD, EPD, and Low-VOC to help projects easily earn LEED and WELL credits. These panels transform recycled PET felt into unique and visually stunning acoustic pieces that freely lend themselves to the statement of any room. 

As with all Kirei products, when designers specify Kirei’s EchoLine panels, they can utilize Carnegie Design Service: a complimentary support service with an in-house team of design professionals to help with curating bespoke product selections to meet project design specifications, performance needs, and budget requirements. Design Services provides sample packages tailored to project requirements and expertly executed design layouts and renderings. An acoustic consultant is available for any project with demanding acoustic performance requirements.

For more information on Kirei and the new EchoLine panels, please visit

About Kirei

Kirei designs and manufactures iconic architectural design elements that improve the acoustics and functionality of any room. Since 2002, the company has worked with interior designers, architects, contractors, and end users across North America to help them create elegant, healthy spaces to live, work and play. Their products are easy to understand, specify and install, and are made from recycled materials.  Kirei’s mission to “Inspire a Beautiful World” is seen through its commitment to sustainable materials and innovative design. Kirei is proud to be a Carnegie company and part of the Materials that Matter™ family.

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