Wall treatments are often the number one way to personalize a space, but these ceiling tiles have been geometrically designed to offer an alternative way to modernize interior area.
The tiles have been designed by Scott Wilson, Tim Zarki, Arvid Roach and Dave Seal of the MNML design studio for TURF, and can be used with existing drop ceiling frames. This is thanks to magnetic fasteners that allow the tiles to be seamlessly integrated, changed up or even removed if the office is being relocated.
The ceiling tiles instantly infuse effortless modern style into a space and help to draw the eye upward to make the most of vertical space, which could make them ideal for smaller urban workplaces to create the illusion of expansiveness.
This Ceiling Treatment Offers Visual Intrigue in Any Space
1. Geometric Ceilings - Innovative ceiling tile designs using geometric patterns and magnetic fastening provide an alternative to traditional wall treatments.
2. Effortless Modern Styling - Effortlessly update the look and feel of interior spaces using geometrically textured ceiling tiles to create visual intrigue and maximize vertical spaces.
3. Flexible Interior Design Elements - The use of magnetic fasteners in ceiling tile design offers greater flexibility in incorporating visually interesting design elements that can easily be removed or repositioned as needed.
1. Architecture and Interior Design - Adapting innovative ceiling tiles provides opportunities for interior designers and architects to create visually distinctive spaces with modern yet flexible design elements.
2. Commercial Spaces - The use of geometric ceiling tiles can benefit small urban workplaces by creating an illusion of more space and offering a unique design element that stands out in commercial spaces.
3. Construction and Home Improvement - Incorporating magnetic ceiling tile fasteners as an alternative to traditional ceiling tiles can disrupt construction and home improvement industries, enabling the creation of more modern, flexible and visually intriguing spaces.