You know you want to: Go ahead, reach out and touch the walls.
Interlam is a Virginia-based fabricator of three-dimensional, cut-to-order wall panels. Using thick sheets of various fiberboard products, they CNC router-cut panels with a variety of patterns of varying depth and relief. It is really amazing the impact one new tool, such as large-format CNC router tables, can have on the abilities of designers to infuse their spaces with new forms of visual richness.
Interlam’s “Art Diffusion” series (shown above and below) offers a staggering array of patterns.
On top of the stunning, carved-relief patterns, they offer a variety of dazzling finishes, such as their “Oxidized” finishes (below), not to mention a variety of substrates including Valchromat engineered colored wood and Acrylite acrylic sheets.
Interlam has also recently started offering three-dimensional open screens.
Their “Mirage” series creates pixelated, monochromatic images by cutting through laminated surface finishes into contrasting substrates.
They also offer a line called “Elements”, which are panels with large, over-sized graphic reliefs.
images from Interlam