Aperiodix concrete wall tile system by Oso Industries

September 8th, 2014 by retail design blog

Aperiodix is a tiling system designed for decorative wall surfaces designed by Ben Sandell, Situ Studio, Geoff Sosebee, and Eric Weil for Oso Industries. The system is based on a set of three triangles that can be laid out in an aperiodic, or non-repeating, pattern which results in unique and constantly changing compositions. The face of each triangular tile has a 3-dimensional undulating surface that always matches the neighboring tile, no matter which pattern is followed.

Design by Oso Industries

http://architizer.com/products/aperiodix-concrete-wall-tile-system/

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  1. dilnaz bamji says:

    Where would I find this material available in India? ??

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