Flow Primary
Flow Secondary

Flow is a collaboration with Peter Dahmen, both designer and paper artist. The concept behind flow was to create a grid that restricts the viewer’s gaze by dropping cuboids of felt from each tile in such a way that only a partial aspect of the colored background’s surface is visible. Viewing the ceiling from different angles changes the perceived colorfulness. It is impossible to grasp the objects in their entirety at a single glance. Only by changing the angle of view can the colorfulness of the tiles gradually be fully grasped. As soon as the viewer moves, the impression is created that the tiles are changing or transforming. Flow was designed to create an interaction between the person and their environment.

Drop the tiles into any 9/16” or 15/16” tee-grid.

View at FACT Design

Acoustic, Acoustic Ceiling Tiles