Adding geometry within an interior helps to create a modern and balanced environment, one that also adds an interesting feature to the room. This weeks’ Indesign In Focus brings various geometric patterns, colours and products into any residential, commercial and hospitality décor.
July 1st, 2019
Geometric design has been popular in fabrics, furniture and more since we first begun designing. Timeless and inspired no matter the application or situation, everyone can appreciate the cool smooth lines of properly done geometric design, as our Indesign In Focus shows…
Inspired by the unique natural phenomenon of the moon rising over low tide known as ‘staircase to the moon’, this rug’s versatile design adds both geometric and organic features to any space.
This flowing and organic piece is reminiscent of a flowing calligraphic line that was just taken off the page. Shiva combines a centred cutting line softened by timber to create a warm embrace.
Inspired by the dynamic forms of bio-genetics, DNA is a modular bench system constructed from a single section of curved plywood with Oak veneer
New to the portfolio is a 3D Formed Tile Collection. This acoustic tile, Ascent, features pleated shapes to create a dramatic contrast between light and shadow allowing for a truly textured wall solution.
The Lugo coffee table features a versatile and minimalistic design that blends perfectly into any living area.
Play One allows you to create endless design possibilities by allowing you to mix and match colours, shapes and optical effects to achieve your fully customized decorative design.
The Konfurb Eightby4 Series is a collaborative seating option with a variety of configuration options.
This exquisite Yohen Border Mosaic tile with its gently variegated tones and glazed finish is a beautifully crafted, architectural ceramic inspired by the the earthen tones of traditional Japanese pottery.
POP 40 Chandelier is a Suspended chandelier with 24 arms available in two shapes – oval and round.
The Kumiko cabinets combine semi see though screens and a very well crafted cabinet to create an interesting composition.
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