interlam wall panel systems

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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.

All of these products are complemented nicely with linear grazing light sources, positioned just a few inches off the surface, such as Color Kinetics’ Graze fixture or Focal Point’s Mini-Grazer.

Interlam’s “Art Diffusion” series (shown above and below) offers a staggering array of patterns.

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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.

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Interlam has also recently started offering three-dimensional open screens.

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Their “Mirage” series creates pixelated, monochromatic images by cutting through laminated surface finishes into contrasting substrates.

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They also offer a line called “Elements”, which are panels with large, over-sized graphic reliefs.

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images from Interlam

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About Brad Koerner

Venture Manager - Luminous Patterns Philips Lighting

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