Indoor wooden wall tiles
Lineadeko: the collection of three-dimensional surfaces signed by Aldo Cibic.
A sophisticated project with a striking graphic and decorative impact, rich in spectacular elements inspired by nature, graphic arts, photography and contemporary art, which cut through gorgeous walls, even on big dimensions,
and liven them up with elegant aspects and design textures.
A new interpretation of the wooden material enhanced by colour digital printing or laser engraving. A path which started on horizontal surfaces, but now climbs up on the walls becoming a vertical and complete covering system. The idea of wallcovering itself is reinvented and transformed into an enchanted and dynamic furnishing element, able to design new spaces and widen perspectives, thus creating unusual atmospheres. This concept of wallcovering produces sensations of uncommon beauty, creating walls with a pleasant touch, lively and evocative, that are in tune with our emotions during everyday life.
Nine possible aesthetic combinations are available with an extraordinary velvety and soft effect. The patterns feature trails of lines joining rhythmic and harmonic shapes, some curved and others minimal. Each single detail is structured within a precise
sequence of proportions and geometric ratio.
The remarkable multilayer birch support is one of the strong points of this collection thanks to the special intertwined fibre. It is the ideal solution for new construction and for restoration. Perfect for the demanding performance levels required
by bathrooms and kitchens. The resistance along birch wood fibre is 30% stronger than that of pine wood, Inkiostro Bianco and Listone Giordano have teamed up for research and development and selected Birch plywood as precious material
to re-design and dress up your walls. And this decorated wood surface works to the advantage of the value over time of your investment.
Total thickness: 12,5 mm
Material: multilayer birch
Geometries made up by neat lines intertwine in a texture of rhythmic and harmonic shapes. The overlay of the weft creates a regular network that reminds the weft of a textile.