facade panel
made of almond shells & resin
produced by DURALMOND

Paperwall is a facade moudlar panel designed by our studio for DURALMOND in Spain. It is based on food residues such as almond shells, processed in powder and acting as the charge of the material.

Almond shells based material

The end product is moulded with resin in silicon or aluminium moulds by gravity, with a precision of surface tranfer of up to 0,2mm, which brings to the material a precise sensuous texture. We designed Paperwall to simulate a stack of paper, expressing the idea of our creative center sharing that any idea, as a delicate moment, start on a sheet of paper.
Paperwall is in production since 2007.


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