The dotted lines shows the direction of the weft yarn. The weft, is the thinner yarn, which is drawn through the warp, the thicker yarn. Depending on the direction of the weft, a different effect can be seen.
Triangle comes in three different sizes and is a strict geometric, yet playful flooring shape that offers architects and designers endless possibilities. Sophisticated surfaces are easily created when simply turning Triangles cut in the same collection whereas colourful surfaces with geometrical patterns of rhombuses and triangles can be seen when mixing collections.
Made of woven vinyl with roll backing
500, 650, 754 mm
500: 2 Boxes of 4,76 m2 per colour 650: 1 Box of 4,58 m2 per colour 754: 1 Box of 5,17 m2 per colour
Pieces per box:
500: Total of 44 pieces 650: Total of 25 pieces 754: Total of 21 pieces
Strictly geometric yet still flexible enough to allow for playful creativity, Triangle represents endless design possibilities and delivers head-turning results.
Projects We Love: Glimstedt
Designed by Gothenburg-based practice Wingårdhs, senior architect Helena Toresson and colleague Anna Mitrolios used Bolon Studio™ Triangles and mixed ‘Artisan’ in Slate and Ivory, with ‘Botanic’ in Cilia and Picea to create a beautiful pattern across 700 square meters of the office floor.
For the new Stockholm headquarters of Swedish film production and distribution company Svensk Filmindustri (SF), Bitte Granlund of Geco Architects opted for a balanced, refreshing flooring palette featuring triangular Bolon tiles in red, blue, orange and grey tones.