Pythagoras uses geometry and ornamentation to produce a cohesive wood tiling system for floors, walls and ceilings. The three basic geometric shapes – square, triangle and hexagon – can be combined with six different types of wood to create unique surface patterns. Among the many looks that can thus be achieved are striking 3D effects. The tiles, which measure 100 cm across, are above average width and are manufactured using environmentally sustainable and resource-efficient European wood. Their simple tongue and groove connection ensures they can be recycled without causing pollution.
Statement by the Jury
The design of the Pythagoras wood tiling system is captivating not only for its exceptional versatility, but also for its eco-friendly production process.