Our history

At Texaa we design, develop and manufacture materials, panels and accessories that can be used to enhance the acoustic comfort of all types of interior spaces. Our solutions that have been improved and diversified over the years, consist of a combination of sound-absorbing systems, clad and protected with covers made out of our Aeria sound-transparent fabric that we knit using a patented process.
Our development work on materials and colours has enabled us since 1978 to proudly contribute products and solutions to the enhancement of quality architecture in France, Europe, the U.S. and regularly in other countries.

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Some milestones

1950

The Bordeaux company Fatexaa produced luxury textile fittings for sandals, bags and baskets.

1970

In addition to its main business, Fatexaa combined its fabric with flexible foams to make acoustic cladding.

1979

The business was acquired and renamed Texaa (TEXtile, Acoustics & Architecture), and focussed its activity on acoustic applications for architectural use. It introduced a range of cladding products for walls: Vibrasto.

1983

A blind with vertical slats applicable to glazed areas became the first European patent requested by Texaa.

1986

Texaa adopts the technique of using single objects to address acoustic issues and introduces sound-absorbing panels to be installed in volumes; the Stereo sound-absorbing panel is born.

1995

Creating floating acoustic clusters on ceilings by grouping Stereo panels together.

1998

Launch of Abso, a range of different shaped acoustic accessories: Cones, Cubes, flexible Pads and Totems.

2013

Launch of our single- and double-sided sound-absorbing Curtains.

2015

The development of the Grande Maille Ronde knit led to the invention of our Strato breathing ceiling.

2018

The new version of Vibrasto cladding contributes to reducing the environmental impact of what is an historic product for Texaa.

2020

Texaa launches a new range of 30 colours, the widest ever applied to its Aeria fabric.

We are sorry that we cannot give the names of the acoustic engineers, architects, installers and building owners, who have supported, advised and followed us all these years, although we actually owe them everything.

How can we help? F.A.Q.

How can I get a quote?

By contacting the Texaa business representative of your region by telephone or e-mail and leaving your contact details and what you need. We will send you a quote promptly.

How can I order Texaa products?

Our products are manufactured in our workshop and made available to order. Just contact the Texaa business representative of your region. If you already have a quote, you can also contact the person handling your order: the name is at the top left of your quote.

How do I get my products installed?

Joiners and upholsterers are the best skilled to install our products easily. We work regularly with some professionals, who we can recommend. If you have a tradesperson, who you trust, we can support him/her. You can find our installation instructions and tips here.

Got a technical question?

All our technical data sheets are here. Your regional Texaa business representative can also help; please feel free to contact him/her.

Can I have an appointment?

Our business representatives travel every day to installation sites and to see our customers. Please feel free to contact them and suggest the best dates and times for you, preferably by e-mail.

Lead times

Our products are manufactured to order. Our standard manufacturing time is 3 weeks for most of our products. Non-standard products take from 5 weeks. We also perform miracles on a regular basis! Please feel free to contact us.

Deliveries

For the UK all orders worth £2,174 and more are delivered for free throughout UK. For the US please contact us.
We can also send our products anywhere else.

Who should I call?

To get a quote, a delivery time or technical information, we recommend you call your regional Texaa business representative, who you can find here.

Order tracking

If you need information about your order, please contact the person in charge of handling it: the name is at the top left of your quote.