• Foli Flexible Wood 1
  • Foli Flexible Wood 2

Color Guide

Foli Baltic Birch Plywood Finished Foli Baltic Birch Plywood Natural Foli Douglas Fir Finished Foli Douglas Fir Natural Foli Black MDF Finished Foli Black MDF Natural Foli Standard MDF Finished Foli Standard MDF Natural Foli Grey MDF Finished Foli Grey MDF Natural Foli Walnut Finished Foli Walnut Natural Foli White Pine Finished Foli White Pine Natural

Foli Flexible Wood

Wood and engineered wood are made flexible with a patented incision process. Complex incisions allow textile-like properties plus create transparency and sound absorption unexpected from wood products.

Foli is a playful pattern with lenticular incisions that are regular but discontinuous in the longitudinal direction. This results in undulating curves that are dramatic and exhibit considerable flexibility. Available in standard sheet sizes in seven wood types in natural or finished. The front and reverse sides look clearly distinct, so application areas are primarily ceiling and wall panels.

  • Designer Dukta
  • Origin United States
  • Sheet Size 3’-10” x 7’-10 3/4” (116.8 x 240.7 cm)
  • Sheets have 3/4 in (1.8 cm) solid border on left and right edges
  • Thickness 3/8 in (9 mm)
  • Weight MDF: 32 lb (14.5 kg)
  • Baltic Birch Plywood: 26 lb (11.8 kg)
  • Hardwoods: 27 lb (12.2 kg)
  • Minimum Bending Radius MDF + Baltic Birch Plywood: ±7 7/8 in (20 cm)
  • Hardwoods: ±11 3/4 in (30 cm)
  • Open Area 15–25%
  • Primary Uses Wall panels
  • Ceiling panels
  • Custom Colored MDF as well as select hardwoods are available on a custom basis and must be quoted
  • Finished Products Spinneybeck also carries acoustic wall panel products made with Foli sheets. Please refer to spinneybeck.com/still for complete information.
  • Durability Contract or residential
  • Lead Time Made to order and certain lead times will apply
  • Maintenance Dust regularly. Spot clean with cloth dampened with water only.
  • Variation Wood is a natural material and minor changes in color are evidence of the 100% natural origin of the material. Please note that Walnut will exhibit more conspicuous variation and Finished Wood Types may have a more pronounced grain.


Based in Zürich, Switzerland, Dukta has its roots in wood bending experiments. During a training course led by Serge Lunin in 2007, Christian Kuhn had the idea to create a lounger made from curved wooden elements. Together they tested alternatives including steam bending and gluing layers together but found that certain arrangements of incisions gave the wood a great deal of flexibility. Now headed by the father and son team of Serge and Pablo Lunin, Dukta was founded in 2011 and works with licensed partners throughout the world.


  • Flammability ASTM E 84: Class B (Fire Rated)
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