This Wooden Tile System Gives Floors and Walls New Life with Fun Shapes
Story at a glance:
Multiple design possibilities allow you to mix and match for one-of-a-kind patterns in any room.
All of the wood is sourced from sustainably managed PEFC- and FSC-certified forests.
This wooden tile system comes in three shapes and six types of oak.
If you’re looking for a way to liven up a room, europlac’s sustainable wooden tile system Pythagoras can help.
German brand europlac is known for its innovative, sustainable, and stylish wood products, from furniture to interior woodwork. Now Pythagoras turns simple geometric shapes into an intricate wooden tile system you can use on the floor, wall, or ceiling. Designed by Katrin de Louw, the minimalist-yet-distinct concept speaks volumes as an accent wall, an intriguing restaurant floor, or even a showroom ceiling.
“Pythagoras is a limitless playground for designers and interior architects, both in its format and in its combination options,” Louw says. “Thanks to the sustainable material wood and the manual laying, Pythagoras is a timeless and permanent jewel for every interior.”
With infinite design possibilities, all that’s missing is an imaginative vision to shape these wooden tiles into something great.