New Product Awards 2017 - Building Materials: ATOMIC un-panel

ATOMIC's new product line, the un-panels, create a funky, 3D look by connecting one un-panel with a second rotated un-panel, then snapping in a flexible, frosted insert with the patented SuperLever connectors.

ATOMIC Rental Solutions' team just introduced a new modular product line: the un-panel. This product line takes existing SuperLever technology to a whole new level.

Step aside squares, here come funky 3D panels that flex and shine! Rotate the un-panel to create the "u" and "n" shapes which define this new product line, then simply snap them together with frosted, flexible inserts that pack small, but play big when assembled to create the 3D shapes.

The un-panels connect with ATOMIC's patented SuperLever system, but have a look of their own with lots of negative space and layers. The un-panel product line modulates in a big, bold way. No longer square modules, the un-panel inserts were designed to complement the "frame" of un-panel. 

The un-panel product line can be built into walls, columns or backdrops with no tools or additional hardware (that's right, zilch). This freestanding product line can enhance any sanctuary stage or classroom.

Looking for directional signage or theme-inspired décor in your lobby? The frosted plastic inserts can be branded to your specifications. The negative space along with the frosted plastic inserts on the un-panel product line is optimal for internal, front or back lighting.

The un-panel look is created by connecting one un-panel with a second rotated un-panel, then snapping in a crazy, cool insert like un-bend, un-curve, un-cut, un-reel, un-roll or un-split. The inserts allow designers to generate multiple patterns, textures, and vibes within the backdrop or wall. Move away from traditional modular backdrops and get creative with the un-panel for the newest house of worship design.

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