Architectural panels: Fractal and Fractool from Smith & Fong Company

Fractal panels are fabricated using Plyboo RealCore bamboo. Designs are offered unfinished, or with a natural, oil finish.

Smith & Fong Company, manufacturer of Plyboo bamboo architectural panels and flooring products, has launched Fractal and Fractool, a new joint concept in customizable architectural panels that utilizes the isosceles triangle.

The Fractal line is part of Smith & Fong’s carved panel product range, which also includes the Reveal, Sound, Linear and LinearSound collections.

Fractal panels are fabricated using Plyboo RealCore bamboo in dimensions of 24”x24”x34”. Available in colors including natural, amber, fog, mist, greige and noir, these can also be used in combinations with a range of surface patterns. Designs are offered unfinished, or with a natural oil finish.

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Fractal panels can contribute to multiple USGBC LEED credits, including Certified Wood and Low-Emitting Materials. These panels come standard with a Class C fire rating, but can also be ordered Class B and, in some cases, Class A. Fractal can be specified in FSC 100 percent-certified bamboo.



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