Inspired by some of the world’s most impressive natural landscapes, Autex introduces four new colours.

Autex Acoustics reveals the landscapes that brought its new colours to life, expertly curated to expand its existing palette with a myriad of complementary tones.

Taking inspiration from the Earth’s natural wonders, the organic architectural beauty of these tones allows designers to inject a sense of subtlety and sophistication into any scheme.

With the inspiration for the palette stemming from the natural world, Autex continually strives to create innovative acoustic solutions that are also planet-friendly. The products available in these new colours are all carbon neutral and have a minimum of 45% post-consumer recycled fibre.

Each colour is available for all of Autex’s product categories, including Cube™, Composition®, Frontier™, Lanes, and Quietspace® Panel.

Here we take a deep dive into the unique stories behind each unique hue…


Visually based on the sun-baked cliffs of the Grand Canyon, this warming Canyon orange both cocoons and energises a space. Its sunny undertones are made more at home with its warmer companions, but it can also coexist with cooler shades. A colour reminiscent of summer, a dash of pink enriches this soft, sunshine-soaked terracotta, adding a sense of light to its surroundings.


Named after the Caspian Sea, this stormy hue captures the mysterious and elegant features of the world’s largest inland body of water. Hovering between grey and blue, Caspian can be both dramatic or subdued, depending on the setting. An alluring alternative to charcoal, deep green base notes make this complex shade a chameleon capable of transforming a room. Stormy sea blues such as Caspian can be both quiet and compelling, depending on the light or the colours it is combined with.


Transporting you to the rolling hills of the rugged Scottish landscapes, The Highlands are the inspiration for this delicately mossy green. This muted earthy tone mimics a warm neutral and will revitalise a space without overpowering it. Green, in any form, is an uplifting and restorative addition to the environment and an inhabitant’s mood. Increasingly, people turn to tones of green that are reminiscent of nature, that work to counter the external chaos of the built environment.


The pink and white terraces were a true wonder of the world before their destruction in the eruption of Mount Tarawera. These geothermal springs got their names from their colouring created by the unique combination of minerals found in the area. It is this calming and therapeutic pink tone that Autex takes inspiration from for Terrace. A subtle alternative to warm grey, this dusky purple tone combines warmth and lightness to create a colour capable of illuminating a space. Soft grey undertones ensure this shade is a sophisticated version of a traditional mauve.

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