Create a surface with a scalable three-dimensional pattern by combining rhombus-shaped acoustic panels. The sides of each panel are parallel in pairs, and all sides have a half groove cut, resulting in a groove at the joints. If three panels are combined, they form a hexagon.
If you choose the Troldtekt rhomb hatch variant, each panel has four milled grooves that match the width of groove formed at the joints.
You can combine the rhombuses in repetitive or random patterns, producing the exact design you want.
In this brochure you will find inspiration, and facts about the Troldtekt design solutions. There are nine alternatives, but countless ways to combine them, so your projects can have a unique expression. See how some of the solutions are used in practice, and read an interview with the architect behind the nine designs.