Wellington Architectural’s Konvallis Panel is a decorative timber lining board. The modern concave textured design and natural timber colour of the Konvallis Panel will create a feature of any wall.
PEFC and FSC Certified timber
Easy to install
Custom lengths (to reduce waste)
The Konvallis Panel features a hidden tongue and groove system which provide a seamless finish with fast installation and reduced waste.
Panels can be used internally on vertical and horizontal surfaces. Ideal for using in large scale commercial projects or as a small feature wall in a residential home.
See an example of how the product has been used at Commonplace studio here.
Panel Size: 91x21mm
Available in our full range of timber species
Western Red Cedar
TIMBER SPECIES AND COATINGS
Wellington Architectural Panels are available in a range of timber species and finishes. All panels are pre-finished prior to delivery on site.
As timber is a natural material, variations in tone, colour and grain may occur in timber panels from the same species.
Choosing the right finish involves selecting the desired look and determining the conditions the timber will be exposed to. Available finishes include; unfinished, cutek oil, paint finish and lacquer.
Maintenance of Wellington Architectural Panels varies according to the application.
Should internal panels require cleaning, we recommend dusting or wiping the panels down with a clean damp cloth.
If the panels are subject to any moisture, please wipe them down immediately. Excess moisture can negatively impact the panel and the coating.
Environmental considerations are a foundation of the design and production process at Wellington Architectural. We seek to ensure that sustainability concerns are integrated throughout our practice.
We ensure all our timber purchased is sourced from sustainably managed forests, supporting sustainable forest management in Australia and around the world.
All of our panels are designed and made in Australia. This means our panels are delivered from our workshop directly to site, minimising carbon emissions and benefiting the Australian economy.