The tiles alternate in direction to create a distinctive woven pattern. Tile finishes include timber, laminate, polypropylene and anodized aluminum. A combination of these finishes, including printed graphics and different tile shapes offers complete design freedom.
Functionality and use of design
The Wovin Wall System consists of a lightweight mounting grid, which can be fixed to any wall or ceiling surface. The Wovin tiles are clipped into this grid in alternating directions to create the woven pattern. The system does not require the wall to be finished and can be fitted to straight and curved walls.
How did this design improve life?
Drawbacks of life improvement
The ability to change the tiles easily means that tiles could be removed in public spaces although tiles can be permanently fixed if necessary.
Research and need
The success of a one off installation produced by Box & Dice for a leading Sydney restaurant lead to the discovery that very little existed in the area of decorative wall treatments. Having identified a real interest for such treatments we researched production methods which allowed us to produce the woven effect on a commercial basis. We researched environmentally sound production methods as well as ways of producing a transportable, flat packed system. The selection of aluminum extrusions with plastic joiners gave us the most flexible system and one which was most economical to freight. We researched installation procedures so that the installer would not require any great mechanical skill. We also researched different substrates and finishes so that we could offer a range of finishes at different price levels.
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