Type Rhombus gets its name from the planks that have the cross-section of a rhombus and are therefore in the architectural trend. The planks are arranged on top of each other in a single row with a light joint. This results in an eight-millimeter/0.3-inch. -high transparency. This is ideal as a design element, because different attractive light transmissions result depending on the position of the sun.
At the same time, you are not able to see through the fence from a distance and thus it fulfils the requirements of the visual protection. The planks consist of bar-glued high mountain larch from Austria, whose wood has an interesting design and is also particularly durable.