Pythagoras combines geometry and decoration into a coherent wooden tile system. Three basic geometric shapes (square, triangle, hexagon) and six types of wood can be combined in mathematically related tile sizes to create unique flat landscapes.
Surface designs, which were previously reserved for highly individual parquet, inlay and mosaic laying art, receive an industrial and thereby economical product base for the first time through Pythagoras, including the option of fire and sound protection technology.
In addition to their universal use on floor, wall and ceiling, wooden tiles are particularly impressive due to their maximum width of 100 centimeters – there are completely new possibilities opened up to interior and room visionaries.
Six precious oak wood types enable highly individual structures and impressive 3-D effects in alternation between light and dark.
Pythagoras is based on the idea of environmentally and resource-saving production method. The wood comes 100 percent from sustainably managed PEFC and FSC® certified forests and is harvested and processed exclusively in Europe. The simple tongue and groove connection enables pollutant-free recycling.
Design: Katrin de Louw
Awarded with the REDDOT AWARD 2020 for PRODUCT DESIGN