The world of ceramic tiles is no longer the same. KIN – ceramic wall covering was designed by DSIGNIO, design studio located in Madrid, for Harmony-Peronda. The new remarkable collection is inspired by mathematical patterns in nature and gives the stunning effect of thousands small molecules joined together. This truly unique idea brings the thought how the future of the ceramic tiles will look like and how it will influence interior design and architecture.
This modern installation gives a lot of importance to the details and in order to create spectacular visual impression also focuses on the science behind it. KIN’s design is made with “no form is accidental, no details are left to chance” approach.
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The designers of the collection picture it as “thousands of small molecules build stunning pieces of engineering: a great architecture that is perpetuated over time.”
These unique ceramic tiles were born from the game of geometrical forms by converting a pentagon into a hexagon. The pentagons were plait together to create a grid of hexagons and as a result a chain of cells are intertwined both vertically and horizontally.
The magical thing about KIN is the way it reflects the light. These wall coverings shine beautifully under the light. Depending on the light incidence different pieces reflect crating sinuous shapes. It is only random part in KIN tiles which makes it even more extraordinary. They will certainly make every interior and room exceptional.
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