A Creative Way To Transition Between Hexagonal Tiles And Wood

A Creative Way To Transition Between Hexagonal Tiles And Wood

Hey contemporist friends! Here are two examples where designers have thought creatively about how hexagonal tiles should meet with the surrounding wood. Instead of a blunt abrupt edge, it’s more of a gradual transition from one to the other.

First up, we have an apartment in New York, that was designed by Matiz Architecture & Design (MAD).

A Creative Way To Transition Between Hexagonal Tiles And Wood Flooring

Photography by Hidenao Abe

A Creative Way To Transition Between Hexagonal Tiles And Wood Flooring

Photography by Hidenao Abe

A Creative Way To Transition Between Hexagonal Tiles And Wood Flooring

Photography by Hidenao Abe

Next, we have the Curators Coffee Gallery in London, by interior designer Ana Foster-Adams.


A Creative Way To Transition Between Hexagonal Tiles And Wood Flooring


A Creative Way To Transition Between Hexagonal Tiles And Wood Flooring


A Creative Way To Transition Between Hexagonal Tiles And Wood Flooring


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