Parametric Wall Art comes to life
Parametric 3D wall panels are a novelty in the field of decor elements, they give a special personality to any interior. These panels are an exclusive product because they have no analogs. Such panels will look great both in home interiors and in any commercial premises, be it restaurant halls, offices, boutiques, hospitals, libraries, or living space. The starting material for the manufacture of such panels can be: plywood, MDF, chipboard, solid board, furniture shield, and other procurement materials made of wood.
Here at ArtMillWork Design, we use only solid wood and eco-friendly stains and paints.
The form is inextricably linked with function, and the visual image is inextricably linked with design features. But today we will skip the details of the technical modeling process and delve into evaluating the aesthetic value and appeal of parametric design.
Parametricism as a style in architecture and design occupies a leading position in the 21st century. Instead of the usual, classic geometric bodies - parallelepipeds, cubes, cylinders, pyramids, and spheres - we use new architectural elements that transform space and give objects dynamism. Thanks to the effect of gradually changing the rotation and displacement of the modules, the planes become mobile and “alive”. The plasticity and softness of the structures make parametric design related to sculpture, but optical stimulation brings it closer to op art, the artistic movement of the second half of the 20th century.
The founder of op art, realizing the possibilities of depicting movement and time on a flat surface of the canvas, came to create "kinetically deep paintings". They were created strictly in accordance with the logic of geometry, in addition, Vasarely was inspired by both scientific discoveries and the phenomena of physics, so op art is considered a kind of synthesis of art and science. Op art paintings required actual movement from the viewer if they wanted to really see them and get the full impression. Each step gave birth to new images. Just like in the panels we create. From each view, you will get a new parametric creation made by your perception. That’s why ArtMillWork Design creates its pieces only by hand.
Vasarely, seeking to democratize visual inventions, built them into design - ceramic tiles and furniture, and then into architectural forms. He believed that contemporary art should introduce forms that could potentially be physically recreated. When creating our panels, we thought about how to make them come to life and many days and nights were spent creating the perfect parametric forms. After long calculations and interesting finds in the textures of the wood we created ArtMillWork Design to serve the needs of many designers and people looking to better or vast their living space. Despite the rigidity of materials and some heaviness of objects, the first attempts to integrate optical art into the design were nevertheless made.
Modern technologies make it possible to create any plastic forms and structures that organize the space themselves, using the play of light and shadow, and the movement of concave and convex segments. The rhythmic pattern of parallel straight lines or simple modules favorably emphasizes the contrast and gives rise to new effects. The very term "parametric" originates from mathematics and implies the use of certain editable parameters and variables, due to which the final result of the whole system changes and slightly varies from panel to panel. Making them unique in their own each in their own way. No two panels made by hand are ever identical.
Features of visual perception of a complex wooden form and compositional solution in space impose certain restrictions on the use of parametric objects in enclosed spaces. Parametric walls or ceilings in the interior can both narrow the space and expand it, both “hugs”, making it more comfortable and unified, or “dominate”, playing a major role in the room. For this purpose we create custom sizes of our panels
Nevertheless, such a design solution can perfectly hide visual flaws and surface irregularities. The ratio of "parametric" leads to the homogeneity and integrity of the design.
Parametric design is widely used by American and European designers, while the regular population is just beginning to develop and spread this idea. However, its extraordinary solutions and possibilities in interior design make it fashionable and in demand. We at ArtMillWork Design have a vast selection of stains, colors, and sizes to choose from. Don’t see what you want? Contact us for more options or custom sizes! We offer free domestic shipping with all standard sizes!