Architecturally inspired, softened by nature

Architecturally inspired, softened
by nature

Perspective Line modules are slanted boxes that can be attached to interior walls in any type of arrangement. The boxes change shape and tone depending on the angle from which they are viewed.

Inspired by the architectural details found on Modernist and Brutalist building facades, the moss-covered boxes provide an opportunity to shape an interior space in a custom way.

Define your own
design rhythms

Each of the Perspective Line boxes are made out of powder coated aluminium and can feature any kind of preserved moss or foliage composition. They can be arranged together vertically or horizontally – or a combination of the two – and formed into any type of pattern formation. 

The boxes are perfect if you’re looking for perception altering wall features for corporate lobbies, hallways, open-plan offices, and other large interior spaces.

Extraneous sounds within the interior are dampened by the preserved moss, which is a natural sound absorber. These moss-covered blocks not only look good but also reduce sounds, aid relaxation, and boost emotional morale. 

  

Define your own design rhythms
Dimensions


Customization options

Powder coating frame finishes

Corten
Corten
Gold
Gold
Matte Black
Matte Black
Matte White
Matte White

Fillings

Lichen
Lichen
Ball Moss
Ball Moss
Provence Moss
Provence Moss
Forest
Forest
Perception altering & sound absorbing

Perception altering
& sound absorbing

Once placed in a corporate environment, this products help to smooth ambient noise and reduce overall sound in an interior to acceptable decibel levels.

Natural preserved mosses provide undeniable sound-reducing qualities which were tested by a certified laboratory in Belgium.


Designer

Alain Gilles
Design as a second life

Design as a second life. After studying Political Sciences and Marketing Management, Alain Gilles went on to work in the financial world. But one has to live his own life. So, thanks to the moral support of his wife, he went back to studying Industrial design in France. 

He opened his own studio in 2007 in order to pursue his own dreams and develop his personal approach to product design, furniture design, art direction and interior architecture. He has since started to collaborate with several international editors such as  Ligne Roset (FR), Qui est Paul ? (FR), O’Sun (BE-HK), Varaschin (IT), Casamania (IT), Deknudt Mirrors (BE), Zee (BE), XL Boom (BE), Designer Box (FR), Verreum (CZ), Evolution (FR) & more...

Alain Gilles Design as a second life