North Tiles by Kvadrat

May 5th, 2011 by retail design blog

Originally conceived for our Stockholm showroom by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, these textile walls are constructed with individual foam fabric tiles which connect together using an ingenious folding system. The North Tiles system showcase the multiple textures and materials from Kvadrat’s collection. It allows for a great deal of flexibility with an infinite degree of permutations. Moreover, the simple assembly allows the walls to be easily reconfigured.

The North Tiles system has created a new way of creating and dividing space with the added benefit of inherent soundproofing, one of our many goals to create soundproofing with textiles.

North Tiles are available in upholstery covered with Divina, Divina Melange and Tempo, in over 100 different colours. North Tiles have been accepted into The Museum of Modern Art’s design collection in New York.

http://www.kvadrat.dk/textiles/north_tiles/

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