November 3, 2007
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Undulating plywood surface

Ply is a sculptural wall-element made of birch wood harvested in Finland. At 0.45 mm thick, the textile-thin birch plywood layer is nearly translucent. This layer is adhered to a solid birch frame, which may be mounted to straight surfaces using a variety of methods.

Ply is available in two versions, the curvilinear Ply1 and the gentle wave profile Ply2. Mirror image tiles are also available to allow for continuous wave patterns. Ply may be assembled horizontally or vertically, and may be backlit for a dramatic effect. The standard surface is lacquered natural birch, but Ply may also be stained dark gray or natural white.

Contact: Showroom Finland Oy, Helsinki, Finland.

For more information, see Transmaterial: A Catalog of Materials That Redefine our Physical Environment

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