2018

Interior Design Fall Market Tabloid (print only)

“Ojo Wall Panels in wool felt, cork, and aluminum by Submaterial”  

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Su Casa Magazine – Fall Parade of Homes Edition

“Now Submaterial makes bespoke felt treatments in a variety of colors and textured designs, from smaller, portable, wall-hung panels to entire wallcoverings. All their products are custom-made, modular, flexibly contemporary with subtle midcentury modern stylings, and totally green.”  

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Metropolis Likes NeoCon Winners

“Ribsy Wallcovering: Made of 100% wool on a cork backing, these felt wall tiles use color and depth variations to enhance their appearance and performance. The 6-by-24-inch tiles are available in 50 color options and provide a noise reduction coefficient…

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Interior Design Magazine Spring Market Tabloid (print only)

“Ribsy wool-felt wall covering with cork composite backing by Submaterial through FilzFelt”

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2017

Surface – The List

“Noble materials like cork, wool felt, and leather are transformed into splendid works of art by this craft-conscious studio. Packed with rich textures and brilliant colors, each wall covering from Submaterial is worthy of attention.”

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dog calendar pages spread across a white surface for maximum visual appeal

Dog Milk

“Each month of the Subwoofers calendar features a photo of one of Submaterial’s studio dogs accompanied by one of Submaterial’s modern and colorful wall coverings or panels. The calendars are printed on acid-free, archival paper, and each calendar comes with…

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Fast Company

Can’t Stand Your Obnoxiously Noisy Office? “The easiest way to block noise is to introduce physical barriers. Softer tactile surfaces can “trap” sound and reduce how much sound is reflected, and in turn, how disruptive noise is…”

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Interior Design Magazine Spring Market Tabloid (print only)

“David Hamlin turns acoustical management into an art form with two new collections of sound-absorbing wall panels. Dimensional texture distinguishes the designs, faced in thick commercial-grade wool felt available in 60 colors…”

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Design Milk

Submaterial Unveils the New Acoustic Surfaces Collection “Submaterial has seriously elevated the sound dampening game and their latest Acoustic Surfaces Collection is another brilliant step…”

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Alpine Modern

Rugs and Furniture in Felt “The anodized, acoustic felt wall sculptures of Submaterial are creative collections of felt pieces arranged in colorful…”

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2016

Interior Design – Neocon Product Recap

“Known for its handcrafted acoustical wall coverings, Albuquerque-based studio Submaterial teams with the Knoll brand for a namesake collection for FilzFelt…”

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Office Spaces

“One of the main challenges Kalyn faced when designing this office space was SOUND! “You always have to consider acoustics when you’re designing… and I really wanted to put a material in the reception area and conference rooms that would…

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Office Insight

“FilzFelt is pleased to announce a new partnership with New Mexico-based design studio, Submaterial. Founded in 2006, Submaterial has quickly become known for its meticulously crafted acoustic wall coverings made from 100% Wool Design Felt and composite cork…”

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2015

Architect Magazine

Five Acoustical Wall Panels That Dampen Noise in Style “Placitas, N.M.–based designer David Hamlin’s Figure No. 2 wallcovering uses 5mm-thick felt, which offers an NRC of 0.20…”

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2014

Design Milk

New Wool Felt and Cork Wall Coverings from Submaterial “Modern wall decor brand Submaterial has recently re-imagined their most popular wall hanging patterns into wool felt and cork wall coverings…”

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Interior Design Magazine Fall Market Tabloid (print only)

“The Placitas, New Mexico-based company knows a good thing when it sees one-or two, in this case. Submaterial reimagined a pair of its most popular Construct wall-hanging patterns as a new series of large-scale, dimensional wool-felt wall coverings…”  

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Arquitectura y Diseno February (print only)

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Found in the Fifty

Wall Panels by Submaterial “Submaterial specializes in creating unique 3D sculptured wall panels from taking everyday materials”

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2013

Interior Design Magazine Fall Market Tabloid

“The Linear pattern of nonrepeating strops arose from the designer’s love of dimensional tiles common to Midcentury hotel and apartment facades…”

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Design Milk

Index WIDE: Felt Wall Coverings by Submaterial “Index WIDE lets you create some seriously bold wall installations even faster and easier than before.”

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Interior Design Magazine

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Mocoloco

chair[dot]felt by Traci Roloff, Kelly Smith, David Hamlin & Daniel Moyer “…combines laminated strips of scrap German-milled 100% wool felt, maple chassis, and powder-coated aluminum backspring, assembled…”

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2012

Interior Design Magazine Fall Market Tabloid

“If silence is golden, then David Hamlin just hit the jackpot. The New Mexico-based designer put two and two together in this line of wall tiles, which unites materials well known for their acoustical properties…”  

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2011

Details Korea

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Interior Design Magazine Spring Market Tabloid

“This whimsical Soft Play set was born of a serious goal: raising funds for the Denver Art Museum’s design council. Colorado talent David Hamlin conceived the felt sculptures for a silent auction…”

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Design Milk

Soft Play Set by Submaterial “grouping of reflected forms in soft wool felt was created as a contribution to the Design After Dark 2011 auction benefiting the Design Council of the Denver Art Museum.”

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2010

Luxe Magazine

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Interior Design Magazine Spring Market Tabloid

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Design Milk

Submaterial Wall Panels “…(Design Milk is) really into their felt wall panels. Not only are they lovely as wall art, but they’re 3D which adds some texture and interest to your space.”

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