Fractalic (Decorative Mirror Tiles) by Marcela Vavruskova
2012 - 2013, Silver A' Building Materials, Construction Components, Structures & Systems Design Award Winner
The composition and shape of tiles are based on geometrical shapes of natural crystal stones. The appearance of crystals is supported by using wide facette mirrors. The Decor simulates the refraction and decomposition of light inside of crystals. There was also the source of name Fractalic.
The Fractalic Mirror Wall was created as a new unique approach to wall tiling in interior. Finding random and nonperiodic structure look was the aim, in hand with focus to manufacturing product series. The random look supports decor of mirror tiles, which is variable and multi patterned. The graphic impresses lighlty embossed, altouhg is it manufactured inside of glass. The shape of mirrors are border with machine-cut facette, which gives to glass true exclusivity.
Design Challenges
Marcela Vavruskova did not encounter any design challenges while designing the award winning Fractalic Decorative Mirror Tiles.
Production Technology
Machine cut Mirrors. Decor is variable in colours and shapes.
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