Arenaleaf by Intercodam

July 11th, 2011 by retail design blog

Arenaleaf is a ceramic tile manufactured out of 50% recycled material. It is based on modern interpretations of traditional Japanese building methods. The material recalls falling Autumn leaves, SlitBeet catches light like trees in the wind, and Premium Cube looks and feels like ploughed earth. Japanese precision is evident in the mitred corner pieces for all ranges to give a comprehensive interior and exterior cladding solution.

Manufactured by Intercodam B.V.









http://www.archello.com/en/product/arenaleaf

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