Interior space or … spaceship interiors? These raised, hybrid-material wall panel systems are nothing short of spectacular. Using various combinations of resin, plastic, wood and metal, they are sensuous in texture and span the spectrum from opaque panels to translucent tiles.
Designed by Lamellux, some of them sit as flat as any painted drywall surface would, but compensate by containing an array of textured materials trapped in resin, curved arcs of colorful infill and/or semi-see-through waves of plexiglass or plastic. Others bulge and bend outward as fully three-dimensional shapes, or give the appearance of being carved into like a wooden or stone surface.
While the more transparent versions might not work for a bathroom, they would make for great room dividers and interior wall panels – separating spaces in style while still letting light and shadows show through. Other possible uses include: interior doors, partition walls, table surfaces or even ceiling-and-floor panelling materials given their strength and durability.