- story by MaterialDistrict
Xylogramm is a new milling technique which is used for the realization of structured surfaces in architecture. With a special developed graphical application, custom designs can be created for panels, wall cladding, displays etc. Depending on the choice of tool geometry, these structures vary from a few tenths of millimetres to several centimetres deep
The milling of the resulting surface is differs for each viewer depending on the illumination and viewing position circumstances.
Xylogramm, in collaboration with designers, develops object-oriented structures that are characterized by a the high level of adaptation to component size, versatility and structural depths and profiles, selection of materials and their formulation of economic reward.