Image courtesy of Unika Vaev
Pinnacle Modular Acoustic System by Unika Vaev.

Our Most Viewed Products of 2023

Dec. 19, 2023
Take a look at the 17 most-viewed products on this year. Did your favorite make the list?

Pinnacle, by Unika Vaev

The Pinnacle Modular Acoustic System by Unika Vaev—in collaboration with Gensler and Wilsonart—presents an innovative approach to acoustical treatments. This angular, double-sided structure is a visual and auditory experience, with customizable texture, color, graphics, and optional LED lighting. Over 186 Wilsonart patterns, colors, metallics, wood grains, and more are available. The precision printing process enhances acoustic capabilities. The Cradle to Cradle Bronze certified system delivers an NRC rating of 0.95.

Linaire Oak, by Duchateau  

Linaire Oak is an architectural wood wall covering from Duchateau's Linaire Collection. Born from the simple beauty where line and air meet, the North American hand-crafted slats are finished on all sides and come in seamless 10-foot lengths. Panels are 14-3/4 in. W x 119 in. L, and 1-5/8 in. thick. It can be installed both horizontally and vertically.

Pastore Waterfall, by Grothouse  

Grothouse’s Pastore Waterfall line of tables and countertops offers aesthetics, quality, and durability, great for use in hospitality and commercial spaces. Precision engineering creates the appearance of a continuous solid wood surface that integrates into any space. Designs can be crafted using over 60 different wood species and end grain, edge grain, or flat grain construction. Delivery typically occurs 2-3 weeks after design finalization. Available as fixed or moveable pieces.

Willow, by Rottet Collection 

Named after the Willow Tree as a symbol of flexibility and strength, the Willow table from the Lauren Rottet collection is designed for storage and functionality in tight spaces. With a touch of the finger, it gracefully unfolds into an elegant tabletop and folds compactly into itself for storage when not in use. Various top and base finishes are available.

Loveclouds, by Aimée Wilder 

We jumped on the Barbie bandwagon and asked our followers to vote for their must-haves in our Barbie Dream House contest. Tied for fourth place, Loveclouds from Aimée Wilder is a dreamy pattern atop a Fine Belgian 50/50, linen/cotton blend that ships quickly and has a commercial coating for stain protection, liquid barrier, and fire retardancy (available as an additional process) as well as custom coloring and specialty fabrics. Applicable for upholstery, pillows, curtains, and more. 

Flek, by 3form 

Another Barbie must-have was Flek in frosty pink from 3form. Flek is crafted from recycled Varia samples (a Greenguard Gold-certified product that also boasts a Red List Free Declar Label and an EPD), giving it a terrazzo-like effect. Panel sizes come in 48 in. x 96 in. or 48 in. x 120 in. Flek is offered in a variety of colors and finishes.

Alpinus White, by XTONE 

Alpinus White is a unique design that's highlighted by a background of cream tones and small crystals that beautifully detail the nature of this Brazilian stone. With an extensive format, variety of finishes, and thicknesses, XTONE sintered stone surfaces adapt to any environment and application, achieving greater continuity and visual aesthetics. Use indoor and outdoor with endless application possibilities from flooring and countertops to decorative elements and more, for a variety of markets from retail to office.

Mobile Smart Locker, by Hollman Inc.

The Mobile Smart Locker from Hollman is designed for agile and flexible work environments where space is at a premium. This functional piece of furniture features a 2-way glide system for easy roll out to serve as a collaborative workstation and rolls back into the wall to save space when not in use. It's available with a portable charger and a charging stand, or with a wired solution.

Plush, by DK3 

DK3’s Plush table, available at Gestalt, is based on a “more is more” principle. The design emphasizes the beauty and natural characteristics of the wood, featuring soft shapes alongside the sturdy wood and an elegant tabletop to form an impressive unit. The veneer-covered table legs are available in 5 in. and 6 in. The tabletop is available in oval or rectangle. Wood options are available. Extension leaf is available in black MDF or matching (rectangle version only). 

Inceptiv, by Duchateau 

Duchateau's Inceptiv Collection of architectural wood wallcoverings features intricate designs crafted and assembled into panels of fluid texture. Each style is offered in 12 or 13 colors and is created in Mexico. It’s here that dedicated artisans free the beauty of wood from the floor, expanding it in all directions and dimensions. Inceptiv wallcoverings come pre-mounted to backing panels for ease of installation.

Tessellate, by Kirei

The Tessellate Collection from Kirei consists of five innovative and cutting-edge acoustic products, including the baffle featured here. It uses triangulation of PET planes that diffuse and dampen sound for superior acoustic control. Each piece in the line offers its own unique sound-dampening properties. And with 30+ colorways and custom printing capabilities, Tessellate offers professionals unmatched acoustical design versatility and flexibility.

Petals, by Certainteed

Petals from CertainTeed is nature-inspired and offers biophilic design possibilities. Lightweight aluminum panels can be shaped in organic curves that subtly evoke the contours of plant life to add serenity to commercial spaces. Each panel can be angled to create sculptural points of interest, organized into repeating patterns or configured to add definition to specific areas within a space—offering endless design possibilities. The panels can be customized with colors, wood-look finishes and custom finishes.

Akoya, by RBW

RBW has reintroduced the Akoya pendant with increased technical capabilities and more refined perforations to its sheer, spun aluminum shade. The newly engineered lighting module has increased lumen output, efficient power consumption of 8.7 watts, and a dimmable light option. The hand-blown, opal glass bulb is inspired by the Akoya pearl. With the glowing orb ensconced in the perforated shade, it emits light in a calming and gentle way. A variety of sizes, color temperatures and finishes are available. 

Multiverse, by Juniper

The MULTIVERSE track lighting blends Juniper's patented technology with a sophisticated design, elevating a product once solely valued for its functionality into an artistic and adaptive lighting solution. Track heads have 1,000- and 1,500-lumen outputs suitable for high ceilings and retail spaces, a wall-wash version, extended stems, a range of field-interchangeable lenses and accessories, and very clean lines–all offered in Juniper’s signature finishes. It fits within the typical half-inch drywall ceiling thickness.

Enki, by Davis Furniture

Designed by Christian Haas for Davis Furniture, Enki is crafted from solid oak, featuring four organic shapes with softened edges. Perfect for coat hooks and wall displays, the Enki hooks are available in sets of four complementary shapes or pairs/threes of matching silhouettes. Enki's captivating designs join Davis Furniture's Elements collection, encompassing various modern accessories ranging from racks, umbrella stands, and even side tables. Available in a range of oak finishes and Elements' painted shades.

S-15, by Banker Wire

Banker Wire's S-15 is a flat wire intercrimp architectural wire mesh pattern. Inspired by a turn-of-the-century home restoration project where this mesh was commonly used as radiant water heater grilles, it's a classic in both older and modern design spaces. Alternate spacing and pattern options are available. It comes in a variety of raw materials in secondary finishes such as powder-coated and plated.

Ritual, by Momentum Textiles

Momentum Textiles & Wallcovering's new Ritual textile line creates harmony and well-being in commercial interiors, like what rituals can do for our minds and bodies when practiced regularly. Bleach cleanable, phthalate-free, and with durability indexes exceeding 100,000 double rubs, Ritual is highly suitable for any high-traffic and hygienic demand areas in healthcare and education. Featuring soothing geometric patterns and a range of 61 calming hues, the collection’s eight designs include woven, coated textiles and privacy curtains.

About the Author

Lauren Brant | Editor at BUILDINGS

Lauren Brant is the editor of BUILDINGS. Prior to joining Endeavor Business Media, she served as deputy news editor at a daily and editor of a weekly newspaper. She is an award-winning editor and writer.

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