'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

New Kaza Concrete three-dimensional tile collection

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'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours
21/11/2014 - By the intuition of design-duo Patrycja Domanska and Tanja Lightfoot was born 'Edgy', a three-dimensional tile designed for Kaza Concrete. The aim was to provide an alternative to the flat, two dimensional walls in bathrooms and other living quarters.
 
'Edgy' consisits of a collection of two tiles, one being three dimensional, the other two and half dimensional. They give structure to smooth walls in the public and private sector. They can be applied in interior or exterior surfaces, covering walls partially or entirely. The three dimensional form is made up of asymmetrical surfaces 'folding' onto one plane to form a hexagonal base. By playing with concave and convex planes and using them to accentuate one another, it creates the effect of visually pulling the user towards itself.
 
The side surfaces of the two and half dimensional form immitate the three dimensional one, giving it a playful character, despite the flat top surface. 'Edgy’s' asymmetry enables the designer to create a multitude of patterns, allowing flexibility and individuality, as well as a wide range of use: from decorative surfaces, guidance systems or even the integration into corporate identities.

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'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

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