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Edgy - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours - New Kaza Concrete three-dimensional tile collection @kazaconcrete

'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours New Kaza Concrete three-dimensional tile collection

Love these concrete tiles, the coolest! Use on a wall in place of tile or as a piece of art. Edgy - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours - New Kaza Concrete three-dimensional tile collection

These Scale-Shaped Tiles Will Soundproof Your Room With Style

These Scale-Shaped Tiles Will Soundproof Your Room With Style

Fun idea for youth room stone designs accentuates walls with ginkgo acoustic panels - designboom

Chameo Design loves this structure because it is one our CMF trends **Hexagon patterns**. Want more? Here's how we help our clients to keep ahead with latest Design Trends. Feel free to visit our side and find things you will like: 'Free Understand Branding design eBook' www.chameo-design.com/e-book/ .'Branding checklist','List of 16 Material trends', 'Free font downloads' and many more…

What are the latest trends in patterns and structures? 17 trends from geometric, hexagon, organic, wet look, progressive patterns & colors etc.

Details we like / Patern / Pastel / Geometric / Tiles / at patrycja domanska tanja lightfoot edgy tiles kaza concrete designboom

Designers Patrycja Domanska and Tanja Lightfoot launched new concrete tile collection 'Edgy', manufactured by KAZA Concrete. 'Edgy' consists of a

my pastels featured in elle deco  france!     photo : nathalie carnet   production: sergio da silva    assistance : marie     just awesom...

Porcelain Stoneware by Dietlind Wolf: seen in elle deco france April 2013 © Nathalie Carnet

Luffa Acoustic Wall Tiles by Luffa Lab aka Mauricio Affonso - luffa is a fast growing tropical vine plant from the same plant family as the cucumbers, pumpkins and courgettes. Luffa fibres form a complex network of cellulose that act like an open cell foam material that is both extremely strong and lightweight. Makes it a viable material for applications such as packaging, filters, low cost splints and acoustic insulator.

These wall tiles by Mauricio Affonso are made from the luffa plant. They are strong, light weight, breathable, highly absorbent and completely biodegradable. Can be used as acoustic wall tiles in the home or office.

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