University of Michigan- Fast Forward

Ann Arbor, MI

Sensitile SLANT Chaos panels were used to create a dividing wall in an office space at the University of Michigan Fast Forward Medical Innovation research building.  These thin, resin panels have been curved in order to achieve a wavy divider when installed side by side.  The “Chaos” pattern within the panels presents a constantly changing and flowing design.  One side of the panels exhibits a clear and glossy surface finish which reflects the surrounding space, while the the other side offers a matte finish that mutes the chaotic pattern and manipulates the reflective nature of the design.  These panels have been installed using a suspension system which was supplied by Sensitile Systems.  This includes a cable coupler on both the ceiling and floor with aircraft cable running vertically between each individual panel.  The panels are affixed to the aircraft cable using double clamp grippers which hold them in place.

Material

SLANTⓇ

Pattern

Chaos

Color & Finish

Clear-Clear-Blue 2500 Matte

Size

96″ x 23-7/8″ (8 Panels)

Thickness

1/2″

Illumination

Ambient

Detailing

All Edges Polished
Curved Panels
Suspension Hardware
Double Clamp Grippers
Aircraft Cable
Cable Couplers