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Kenyan | cultural Pattern

The Kenyan pattern was the first pattern, after a family expedition that included hiking in the snows of Kilimanjaro, dancing the Jewish snake dance with school children, and bumping elbows with a very hungry lion. The shadow patterns from this modular pattern bring the diagonals to life and transforms a space into a three-dimensional East African textile. Use for shade in many architectural settings.

A rendering of the Kenyan pattern by Parasoleil

Best For

Shade
Screen
Railing
Cladding

Pattern Map

80% Modular
30% Organic
Modular
Continuous
Organic
Crystalline

Openness

30% Open
Closed 0%
60% Open