Treated like a collage combining styles and multiple eras “Wild Orchard Collage”, large panoramic wallpaper suggests a wild orchard where an “art deco” orange tree and an “art and craft” lemon tree combine their distinct character with that of a plum tree borrowed from the botanical prints of 18th century. Finally, like a Japanese print, a stream ripples through an eclectic flowerbed like escapes from a naive painting.
The “Wild Vibrations” carpet accompanies this panorama. Tribal and secessionist inspiration, it depicts the banks of a fierce river with heady reflections and swirls.
Design by: Sacha Walckhoff
Re imagining this ceiling fresco as a wall covering, Gjoen plays with perspectives made famous in the renaissance; inviting the viewer in.
Design by: Magnus Gjoen
The fine surface-breaking reveals an even more valuable surface made of precious metal sheets, a metaphor for this troubled time we are going through. The design recalls ‘Kintsukuroi’, the Japanese art of repairing breakage with gold and precious materials, a philosophy that treats breakage and repair as part of history, symbolizing resilience and a new beginning.
Design by: Elisa Tonelli
Like an open book, like a blank new page, this collection is inspired by the timeless elegance of stripes, this time taken and interpreted from classic notebook patterns. In a wonderful color combination with a touch of gold, the lines become almost iconic and can thus create a contemporary, clean, minimal but unexpected mood in any space.
Design by: Nika Zupanc
This collection follows our passion for nature and introduces a more different way to propose scenery and hand-painted drawing. Moody colors, greener views, and more fluid backgrounds are some of the central factors of these designs.
Design by: Elena Georghiadou
Air is one of the four classical elements of life, earth, water, air, and fire which were proposed to explain the nature and complexity of all matter. A wallpaper depicting cloudy skies in which air fills the empty space and carries your belongings.
Design by: Nynke Tynagel