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Unika Vaev: Ecoustic Ceiling Edit

The Ecoustic Ceiling Edit are highly functional and decorative drop-in ceiling tiles. The panels fit in any existing T-Grid/drop-in suspended ceiling systems. They are available in five designs and can be integrated with LED lights. The ceiling tiles are available in two sound-absorbing thicknesses; 0.47-inch tiles available in 15 colors and 0.94-inch tiles available in five neutral colors.


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