Environmental Disclosures

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is widely regarded as one of the pioneering masters of modern architecture. His Twentieth-Century architectural style was stated with extreme clarity and simplicity. He strived towards an architecture with a minimal framework of structural order balanced against the implied freedom of free-flowing open space. He sought a rational approach that would guide the creative process of architectural design, and is known for his use of the aphorism “Less is more”. Adopting these principals , Interlam is proud to present “ELEMENTS”. Our newest addition to the Global market of decorative architectural carved wall panels. Each design is truly inspired by the visual clues and Elements that share our environment. This compilation incorporates our unique interpretation through austerity of line and juxtaposition of masses.

 

 

STYLES

Breccia

Chelsea

Circuit 2

Amoeba

Aztec

Bowtie

Iris

Islets

Labyrinth

Leaf

Martini

Maya

Circuit 3

Circuit 4

Cork

Crisscross

Crystal

Cubes

Eggshell

Facets

Facets DS

Facets HS

Facets II

Fingers

Geo

Hex

High Ball

Maya II

Nazca

Navajo

Navajo II

Nazca II

Nebo

Organica

Ovo

Pavers

Pineapple 1

Pineapple 4

Quattro

Retro

Retro S

Route 66

Scratches

Segments

Sine

Sponge

Tendril

Thatch

Timber

TTT

Vegas

V-Hatch

VVV

WG-2

WG-4