Colour + Structure
Before the board is compressed, the softness of the fiber makes it possible to introduce patterns and structures into the surface. On the one hand, the matte surfaces of each board are uniformly tactile, but visually they have fine textures that give clues to the species of tree from which the reused wood for the fibers originally came. This creates a marbled, natural surface. On the other hand, the introduction of saturated colors and textural features can create a geometrically and graphically defined surface.