Favorite Finishes: New Wallcovering

We received a new wallcovering card in the mail the other day from Wolf-Gordon for some new patterns and colorways in their Infinity line of recycled polyester wall coverings. Loving this bold chevron pattern, Adire.  It’s retro and clean but also makes a statement.

Looks like a great option for hospitality, bold office spaces, or even an adventurous retail space. I love that it comes in bold colorways with contrasting colors, subtle pastel variations, and deep rich jewel tones.

This product is 100% recycled polyester with recycled backing, for an overall post-consumer Recycled Content of 20%. It also has custom color capability for 300 yards. Check it out!

**Note: Magellan Architects does not receive compensation for any products shared on this blog. These are simply products we stumble upon and want to share with our design colleagues!**


Tour the ZEH

Whats the ZEH you ask?

Bellevue’s new Zero Energy Idea House located on the shores of Lake Sammamish. They are offering Self-guided Tours this weekend. See below for official poster.


Green Roof Installation. Photo courtesy Shirey Contracting

The house is innovative structurally and sustainably, utilizing features such as Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS), small scale wind power, and a green roof.


Helix Wind Roof Turbine. Photo courtesy Shirey Contracting

There is also an opportunity to tour the house Tuesday morning November 17th by attending the Eastside LEED Users Group Meeting. More info on that meetup here.