Triangle tile bond



  • Measurements c.a. 250B x 100L mm.
  • Made from recycled high density cardboard
  • Realistic colours
  • Material is colored through and through and does not fade easily
  • Already lightly weathered


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Background information:
Triangular tiles have been around for decades, but are not used that often. The motif that is usually created with it is sometimes found to be a bit present or does not fit in nicely with the environment compared to connections with square and rectangular paving elements. The triangular pattern was recently applied in the pedestrian passage of Ede station, where the motif refers to a similar motif in the roof construction of the platform roof. Triangular bonding is especially useful on squares and streets for light traffic and where the large surface area can have a striking pattern to stand out.

The triangular tiles are available in different thicknesses so that they are suitable for pedestrian areas and possibly also for places where trucks and similar heavier traffic occasionally comes. The motif has 3 continuous lines, at angles of 60 degrees to each other, of which at most 1 needs to be laid in the dominant direction of travel. This makes it a fairly sturdy bond that will not be broken apart very easily. Although the Dutch “keper” bond, for example, offers a little more resistance in that respect. The Markenburg panels are designed in such a way that they can be placed together without effort and without unnatural seams.


Measurements at scale 1:160 (N)
c.a. 250B x 100L mm
Measurements at scale 1:87 (H0)
c.a. 250B x 100L mm
Measurements at scale 1:220 (Z)
c.a. 250B x 100L mm
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