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Modular system consisting of glass offers endless design possibilities
Tile is a design drawing Pamio for Fabbian. You can create a ceiling lamp, wall or partition, starting from a single pane of glass. Tile is a modular system that offers endless design possibilities. The glass elements are thin, and the light that reflects transparend. This crystal is reminiscent of a cascading wall of bright light. Systems Elements can be supplied from clear or amber, aquamarine, amethyst and green variants. The individual panels are supported by a stainless steel cable and keep in touch with suspension made of polycarbonate.
Modular system of crystal
Tile is remarkable, because it leaves room for your imagination to create fascinating effects of light and shadows gives any room a touch of elegance. Let your creativity and design lighting. Tiles will make your home unique and original. The system can divide a room, stairs together, filling large living spaces or suspended as a ceiling lamp high ceilings. Below we see the pillars of decorative glass itself. The glass parts can be easily mounted to a light source, but also without light, the parties seem more attractive. The concepts are endless and can meet the needs of the most demanding customers.
Modular system TILE - glass screen
Tile Fabbio has been successfully integrated in a number of projects - Business Lounge Cathay Pacific Airways in Hong Kong, Paris and San Francisco, the Plaza Hotel in Ljubljana, Conservatorum Hotel Amsterdam, at the Court of Voronezh in Russia and in many offices, shopping Wellness and prestigious private residences around the world.
fascinating light effects
Create glass walls