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Visual Magnetics’ Magnetic Wallcovering Products Named Finalists in Interior Design Magazine’s 2015 Best of Year Awards

Friday, November 20, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

New York, NY – Visual Magnetics has been named a finalist in two categories of Interior Design’s 10th Annual Best of Year Awards. ModuLayer and MindLayers, of the company’s Dynamic Spaces brand, are nominated in the categories of “Innovative New Material for Wallcovering” and “Unexpected Upholstery Surface”.
                                                                                                                            
Esteemed interior designers and architects selected finalists to receive BOY awards in October, and winners will be chosen by Interior Design’s own Editor-in-Chief, Cindy Allen, and a jury of other industry leaders. Results will be announced at the live awards ceremony being held on Thursday, December 3, from 5:00pm – 9:00pm, at the IAC Building.
 
The Dynamic Spaces brand focuses on transformative surface design for walls. Both ModuLayer and MindLayers have seen an exceptional amount of interest from companies and educational institutions that are rethinking how they could utilize wall surfaces to improve their work flow – clients include co-working giant, WeWork and the School of Visual Arts. Early adopters of Dynamic Spaces have enthusiastically welcomed the ability to continually reimagine their spaces.
 
ModuLayer is a printable magnetic textile, comprised of patterned backgrounds, and overlays in mixed colors and finishes to create modular, tactile wallcoverings, that change whenever you move the magnetic elements around. Designer collaborations have included Dusen Dusen and Tunica Studio.
 
MindLayers is Visual Magnetics’ take on the beloved ‘sticky’ note, with a reusable dry-erase surface. These accessories to the brand’s magnetic dry erase wallcoverings are available in bold colors, pastels and a variety of shapes, sizes and templates. MindLayers non-ghosting surface extends the life of these ‘sticky’ notes, and allows for endless brainstorming.

 

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Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
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