TIM-06, Timber Strips by Piet Hein Eek

Regular price $ 299.00
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Size
Only 1 items in stock!

Overview
Dutch designer, Piet Hein Eek is internationally renowned for his designs using reclaimed materials. His final exam piece at the Academy for Industrial Design in Eindhoven was constructed from reclaimed wood. It caused a stir in the world of the then dominant Italian design by going against the conventions of mass production and became the inspiration for his famous SCRAPWOOD wallpaper. Piet Hein Eek has continued in his work to elevate everyday, ordinary materials into desirable design elements and to give a new lease of life to the discarded and often overlooked.

Measurements
• Each roll is 19" x 393.7" 
• Repeat: none

Additional Notes
• 1-2 week lead time  
• Heavy-duty wallpaper with paper top-layer and non-woven backing. Glue is applied to wall
• Fire rating USA ASTM E 84-10 EU B-s1, do

Color Description
Brown and white illustration

Additional Info
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