Space, or spatial dimension, is one of the many semantic roots of the word stereo, which is derived from Greek. By itself, these days it’s mainly used to refer to sound, a way of describing the depth of audio in a room coming from two or more acoustic sources.
Interesting, yes. But what’s that got to do with a carpet? More than you’d think, especially when you take a closer look at kymo’s STEREO TOTAL. Its ingenious weaving patterns seem to jump out at you from the underlying surface, like a multidimensional statement. You see it and you feel it. An interplay between two colours. The floor beneath as an expression of an all-round stereo experience.
And while we’re on the topic of music, we also chose the name as a lateral reference to the congenial, multilingual, multifaceted duo from Berlin: Stereo Total...
|total weight||approx. 2400 g / m²|
|acoustic behavior||sound absorbing|
|capability to restore||suitable for tables and chairs; we recommend furniture glides.|
|floor heating||suitable for floor heating|