This is beautiful wood floors designed by Snedker Studio that will decorate your room with its beautiful and colorful marble pattern. It created using old Japanese method called “suminagashi”. Description by Snedker Studio:
Marbelous Wood – Refraction is part of a larger series entitled Marbelous Wood, which is a series of wood adorned with a marbling pattern, a technique known from old book covers.
The floor is the largest wooden surface in Scandinavian homes. Marbelous Wood reinterprets this classic domestic feature with vibrating colours across its surface. In Marbelous Wood – Refraction, both the form of the parquet floor and the applied pattern are inspired by the refraction of light through a prism, a graduating colour scale from one colour to the next. Its highly organic yet graphic patterning creates an optical experience as your feet move across the floor. The transparent marbling pattern merges with the wood, entering into a dialogue with the inherent ornamentation of wood.
Marbelous Wood tells a story about time. Each print captures a unique frozen moment within the process. Produced one drop of colour after another, ring by ring, the pattern is constructed on the water surface. The final result is a reflection of the annual rings of wood.
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