Wood stands for warmth, vibration and life. It is one of the most versatile materials that nature has given man. It can be manufactured in a variety of forms and structures, depending on its qualities and particularities. When it combines with other construction materials, wood brings personality and authenticity- a sense of “home, of a place we belong to.
However, we can be as creative with other materials as well, such as metal. The Deco Panels category also includes fretwork steel and aluminium panels, mainly for exterior use, such as fences and railings.
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Regardless if we deal with ventilated facades, wall cladding, decorative or acoustic panels, decorative masks for heaters, radiators or railings- each project is as important and special to us, that is why we always seek the most innovative and creative solutions to highlight and reveal the design expected by the client.
Dedicated to architectural and design projects in the office area, commercial and residential, the Deco Panels line is very dear to us. Because it is steered by bold visions, it allows us boundless creativity and the ability to work closely with our partners in a dynamic manner. We have been doing it since 2005, highlighting the beauty and functionality of wood and making the spaces we work with more welcoming, more interesting and more remarkable. We built the entire workflow around the importance of the finished product in the architectural composition of constructions, whether we work with wood or metal. We want to emphasize its traits and to make them stand out accordingly, regardless if we speak of a complete façade or of panels strategically placed in different areas in the building. Thus, the building or the room we decorate has something of its own that is hard to reproduce or find somewhere else.
What we produce:
Your project- raised to the rank of art. Discover the Deco Panels collections:
The Asian collection
Sakura cherry blossoms, sesame seeds, tea leaves, designs that remind of the structure of hempseed leaves, of flowing water, of brocade fabric, sayagata or famous haikus- our wooden panels collection is inspired by Chinese and Japanese customs, bring beauty and balance everywhere.
Marine flora, saffron, cotton blossoms, daisies fields, bamboo clearings, acacia leaves, palm leaves, roses, aged oak, gardens in bloom- nature is our best muse when it comes to interior design. We can reproduce on wood whichever of these natural elements, in a collection of wooden panels that satisfy all the senses and that transmit not only beauty, but also tranquillity and warmth.
Cities of the world:
- Hollywood – elegance, shine, the American dream as both vibe and aspiration
- Marrakesh – The old and new Middle East, in a town that breathes light and colour
- Nairobi – the capital of the African safari, a city that never seems to sleep
- Valletta – „the city built by gentlemen for gentlemen”
- Toulouse – with its medieval churches and classical architecture, bathed in warm lights, Toulouse is graceful from every point of view and is a source of inspiration
- • Helsinki – one of the most modern and forward-thinking capital of Europe, Helsinki has a one of a kind architecture, museums packed to the brim with fine art, coffee shops and special markets, each using the space in the same unique way, be it public or private.
- New York – the city that never sleeps, crowded, full of lights and buildings, which more or less interesting in terms of architecture and design- New York is an experience in itself
- Barcelona – Gaudi’s city, seen from above it is an architectural marvel- divided in districts, arranged in a clean and linear manner, filled with one of the most interesting street art.
- Mecca Mosque – a simple and tidy geometrical design in 6,8,10, 12 or 16 corners that harmoniously tie up together to create a constellation, best highlighted through the impressive shadow play if there is a source of background light behind the panel.
- Star of David – initially used in the synagogue architecture, the hexagonal structure quickly became a landmark in design, being used in structures that remind of the atmosphere and riches of the Middle East.
- Turkish Delight – round, simple and warm, the model is reminiscent of the glory days of the sultans of the Turkish Empire and fits better within the structures that divide rooms and various pieces of furniture or in the composition of the decorative lampshades.
- Damask Ornament- complex and lavish, offers numerous opportunities for design and interior fittings, going hand in hand with the classical, luxurious style, thanks to the graceful and harmonious blend of its elements.
- Persian Tales – Persian art offers many examples that serve as inspiration: calligraphy, miniatures, stained glass and a unique technique of marquetry called Khatam; all these are found in the essence of our design, crafted with care and designed, so that it recreates these traditions as well as possible.
- Jordanian Temple – built around a model with stars in six corners, this is a typical eastern design, simple and elegant, suited in a variety of contexts, being equally classic and exotic.
- Quadrimaze – a sculpted labyrinth that, when lighted from behind, throws in a peculiar game of shadows, its irregular shapes inspire balance, peace and unity, but the way they are arranged can send you from a familiar and random dimension to a modern, experiential one.
- Circle crosses – in Buddhist mythology, a square (Earth sign) within a circle (symbolizing unity and infinity) represents the relationship between man and divinity; through its simplicity and modesty, this design sums up various adjacent meanings, hidden from view, yet visible to the soul through the state of calm its creates.
- Circles on water – the circles represent the essence of free movement; they can rotate and move endlessly, creating optical illusions and offering dynamism to static forms: graceful and symbolizing fullness. The circles encourage love and sensuality, and their movement, as we see it (for example, the rippling effect when we throw a rock in the pond) are a symbol of energy and power.
- Confluent squares – in Islamic symbolism, the square is the sign of the heart- each of the four corners is an opportunity for opening, for knowledge and inspiration; the fixed lines promote a state of calm and tranquillity, of permanence.
- Falling Emacuda – the squares and rectangles are familiar to us: regarded as stable forms that suggest honesty, reminding of mathematic precision, of order, rationality and formality; they are mainly signs connected to Earth symbolism.