Wing, which is part of Bolon Studio, facilitates new dimensions for large and small interior design environments. The strong architectural form interacts elegantly with interior design elements and building details. The results are striking. The new format reenergises each collection with all new characteristics, especially in combination with one another and adds an extra visual dimension to wherever it’s installed.
“Bolon Studio was created to offer architects and designers greater creative freedom with a few selected collections. Initially it was an experiment but today it is an increasingly popular solution and almost like a collection itself. The Wing’s strength is the ability to mix and match freely, especially when combining smaller patterned collections with some of our more sensational floors,” says Annica Eklund, CEO of Bolon.
“Wing is a fantastic tile that both highlights our collections and gives architects and designers a new palate of creative interior design possibilities. It’s possible to create a whole new spectrum of expressions that truly take advantage of Bolon’s light reflective characteristics,” concludes Marie Eklund, CCO of Bolon.
To demonstrate some of the possibilities Wing offers for different public environments, Bolon has worked with Swedish and internationally recognised stylist Lotta Agaton on a series of expressive installations that use the new form in an array of different tones and interpretations.
Wing is available now from Bolon by The Andews Group.