This is a new way of creating and dividing space, designed by French brothers, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Kvadrat manufacturer. This high level of variability product is called “North Tiles” which also have an acoustic function, because the fabric has a sound-absorbing effect. The Stitch Room space is constructed from eco-friendly Kvadrat fabrics, and aluminum tubes help to create the structure for the space.
While I see the Stitch Room is if nothing else inspirational, the use of textiles in architecture exhibits design flexibility at its best. On the other hand the North title system is functional & design savvy. Our company is moving to a new facility. I vision our fabric library with curtain formed walls & a splash of the super colorful title system.
Stitch Room: Consists of green design, space dividing, and textiles, the Bouroullec brothers’ Stitch Room is form + function.
North Title system: This is easily reconfigured for flexible interior spaces and has unique acoustic capabilities.
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+ Stitch Room click here.
+ Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec click here.
From a distance this almost looks like the expensive subway tiles that are in vogue right now. The acoustic properties must stop much of the echoing that would likely happen in this industrial space, though.