TRANSFORMING WALL SYSTEM
The most versatile wall system on the market!
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Transforming Architectural Wall Surface Systems

This changes. Everything

What is it?

Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) panels ranging in size (8 inches to 4 feet) and thickness to achieve shape and dimension.  Easily remove and replace panels.

Mix or match a wide range of finishes and even add depth for a truly one-of-a-kind feature wall.

Break out of the box.

Marlite’s patented Transforming Wall System is a mind-blowing take on architectural FRP wall panels. Suddenly, a single wall system lets you break free of boxy boundaries to integrate geometric shapes, add stunning dimension, and even feature magnificent graphics.

Add geometric elements that will turn heads.

Forget flat. Add depth and be fabulous!

Replace damaged panels, or just swap them out on a whim.

A photo finish. Or wood or laminate.

Why pick one finish when you can combine them all in an infinite mix of possibilities. Our Transforming Wall System finishes let you express your mixed media artistry.

Signature Wood Veneer

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We have more than 25 stocked wood
paneling veneer species available—all select grade AA

Available in 4 premium finishes:

Click here to check out all the veneer options.

Digitally printed graphics

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The sky is the limit. Add graphics, photographic elements, and even replicate natural surfaces on any wall panel. With Marlite’s BlueSky™ Advanced Finishing System, the possibilities are endless.

Click here to see the BlueSky gallery for more ideas.

High Pressure Laminate

The only real pressure is having so many options.

Choose from ANY major brand

Wilsonart®

Nevamar™

Pionite®

Arborite®

Learn more about wall laminate options here.

The big reveal.

From subtle to bold, check out these appealing reveal options.

Transformation, in 4 Easy Steps

Regardless of how complex your design is, installation is always a snap.

Step 1: Attach railing to wall

Step 2: Install Reveal

Step 3: Install bottom of panel to rail and push flush

If using Quick Change Panels Step 4: Use the phone app to locate the locking mechanism holding any Quick Change panel in place.

For a complete guide to installing Marlite Wall Systems, click here.

Want to explore the possibilities?

Check out our gallery of real-world Transforming Wall System applications.

Quick Specs

  1. Panel Substrate: Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF)
  2. Panel Dimensions: Minimum 8”x8”, Maximum 4’x4’ (nominal). Custom panel sizes up to 4’x8’ (nominal)
  3. Panel Thickness: ¾” to 1-1/2”
  4. Panel construction: Medium Density Fiberboard core with backer (if necessary)
  5. Fire Rating: Class III/C. Class I/A Available.
Literature
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Transforming

Submittal Info
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CSI Document

Installation & Care
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Transforming Installation Instructions

White PVC Trim

Length – 8′ and 10′     Material – Extruded PVC with integral color

Inside Corner M350​
Outside Corner M360
Division M365​
Edge M370​
135° Inside Corner V177
135° Outside Corner V179
Base Molding V65​

Anodized Aluminum Trim

Satin, Bright Satin or Black Satin Anodized aluminum trim molding for use with any FRP finish.

Inside Corner A551
Outside Corner A560
Division A565
Edge A570

Harmonizing Aluminum Trim

Durable painted aluminum trim molding harmonizes with any FRP finish.

Inside Corner A551
Outside Corner A560​
Division A565
Edge A570

Designer Aluminum Trim

Available in Clear Satin Anodized or Harmonizing Color

Ribbed A566
Radius A567
Square Channel A568

Quick Specs

  1. Substrate: Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
  2. Fire Rating: Class III/C and I/A
  3. Panel dimensions: 4’x8’x3/32” & 4’x10’x3/32″ (nominal)
  4. Meets USDA/FSIS Requirements.
  5. Wipes clean with easily with standard cleaning solutions.
  6. Costs less than most tile, laminate, and natural materials.
Literature
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Artizan FRP

Submittal Info
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CSI Document

Installation & Care
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FRP Installation Instructions

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Cleaning Instructions for FRP 2020