Saturday, January 24, 2009


I was first introduced to the work of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec last semester. I am drawn to their use of intricate patterns and elegant execution. Their work maintains a certain graphic quality that I relate to moreso than that of other interior designers. These are images of their new Clouds project.

Clouds evolves as you add elements to it, producing a unique three-dimensional effect, coating architecture in a fluid yet chaotic way. Inspired by the inviting irregularity of the surface, you construct your own piece and turn your vision into reality.

The tiles are made of one element and are attached by special rubber bands. This simple design means you can easily arrange and re-arrange the tiles to reflect your ideas and bring self-expression into your home, time and time again.

Clouds is available in 2 Kvadrat fabrics, 7 colour combinations and infinite possibilities.



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