WALLPAPER BY CARLA TALOPP

“Aloe”, panoramic wallpaper designed by Carla Talopp. Cactus, succulents and luxuriant vegetation make up this contemporary vegetal fantasy. A fascinating XXL vision.
The bottom of sea as imagined by Carla Talopp plunges us into colored depths, where seaweed dances, corals hypnotize and the blue of the ocean is everywhere. Printed on embossed vinyl recalling the artist’s original canvas.

 

Wall Paper Carla Talopp

 

Details

Model : ALOE

Designer : CARLA TALOPP

Editor : PIERRE FREY

Period : 2018

Origin : FRANCE

 

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BLOCK TABLE BY SIMON LEGALD

Since 2012, the best-selling mobile side table, Block, has been headed at great speed towards the title of a modern design classic.

Designer Simon Legald was inspired by the classic trolley table, which he has updated and made his own with simple, yet impactful means. Block’s rounded shape, contrasting materials and the combination of craft and industry leaves the designer’s signature on the design and gives the table its unique expression.

Block has no specific direction and can be used from all four sides. It is a versatile piece of furniture with many different functions in the home. The family is now being extended with three new and tempting colour shades which invite you to create varied expressions and stylish ambiences in your interior – a sophisticated dark blue, a clear and lively red and a calm and harmonious dusty green. You can use Block as a serving trolley or side table, in the kitchen, as a bedside table, for a home bar or in the children’s room.

 

Details

Model : BLOCK

Designer : SIMON LEGALD

Period : 2012 – 2019

Origin : COPENHAGEN

Dimension : H: 64 x L: 50 x D: 35 cm

 

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THE GREAT GATSBY BY PASCALE RISBOUR

Very graphical and architectural shapes with an Art Deco twist.

All the collection is designed by Pascale Risbourg and made in France and Belgium by digital print on « non oven » fabric.
Manufacturing lead time is 8 to 15 working days.

 

 

 

Details

Model : THE GREAT GATSBY

Designer : PASCALE RISBOURG

Period : 2018

Origin : France and Belgium

Dimension : H:285cm/112.2ins

 

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WILD ARTICHOKES BY PASCALE RISBOURG

Blooming artichokes and flying exotic birds mingle in blurry superimpositions.

All the collection is designed by Pascale Risbourg and made in France and Belgium by digital print on « non oven » fabric.
Manufacturing lead time is 8 to 15 working days.

 

 

 

Details

Model : WILD ARTICHOKES

Designer : PASCALE RISBOURG

Period : 2017

Origin : France and Belgium

Dimension : H:285cm/112.2ins

 

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NEO KUBIST BY PASCALE RISBOURG

Magistral panel with brushstroke effects which offers variations to the colour palette.

All the collection is designed by Pascale Risbourg and made in France and Belgium by digital print on « non oven » fabric.
Manufacturing lead time is 8 to 15 working days.

 

 

 

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Model : NEO KUBIST

Designer : PASCALE RISBOURG

Period : 2017

Origin : France and Belgium

Dimension : H:285cm/112.2ins

 

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WHITE SPIRIT BY PASCALE RISBOURG

A reimaging of a trompe l’œil fresco with a camaieux of whites.

All the collection is designed by Pascale Risbourg and made in France and Belgium by digital print on « non oven » fabric.
Manufacturing lead time is 8 to 15 working days.

 

 

Details

Model : WHITE SPIRIT

Designer : PASCALE RISBOURG

Period : 2017

Origin : France and Belgium

Dimension : (100×3| A/B/C)  H:230cm/110.2ins

 

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NUT ABOUT NUTS BY JEAN-FRANCOIS D’OR

Nut about nuts is a nuts cracker designed for Maison Vervloet.

A natural oak wooden base and tray receives nuts ready to be broken with the solid brass hand tool. Based on high quality of Maison Vervloet knowhow and finishing.

Artworks you can touch. Over and over again.

 

Details

Model : NUT ABOUT NUTS (NUTS CRACKER)

Designer : JEAN-FRANCOIS D’OR

Editor : MAISON VERVLOET

Origin : BELGIUM

Dimension :

Nuts cracker D 68 x H 90 mm

Oak wooden base and tray D 240 x H 75 mm

Material : Satin brass , oak wooden base and tray

 

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PIETANZA BY VIGNOLI

The baking with blast-fire reduction technique that we use allows us to obtain shimmering colors, iridescent reflexes, so that every piece has unique, often inimitable features. The decorative themes are historical reinterpretations or completely original ones, but always on that path of research that makes this territory so distinct.

 

A classical inspiration

Faenza, home of the art of ceramics during the late Middle Ages. The ceramists of that time definitely tried to imitate the porcelain and painted ceramics that were coming from Asia and Middle East. During the 16th century, Faenza stood out from the other ceramic production centres, and defined its own style, that sums up the culture of the era, a mix of Byzantine, Roman, Eastern and Islamic elements. From this tradition results our decorative research, that we like to define “Mediterranean”.

The working

From the “calanchi” (badlands), the clay is extracted in lumps, then left outdoor and exposed to rain and cold, that will wash away solid impurities.
After being cleaned from the organic residues and finely chopped, the clay is brought back to its plastic state to be shaped on the lathe.
Then, the potter turns it into vases, bowls and dishes. These items are dried first, to allow for accurate detailing. Then, once the process is complete, it is baked at 960°C.
The resulting object is a porous terracotta, with a light red color due to the presence of iron oxide, suitable to host a glass based coating and matting oxides.
The surface now looks white, and it can be decorated with colours in the shape of extra thin dust, created though metallic oxides.
Finally the vitrification baking takes place, at a temperature of 920°C. Such product is named “maiolica”, renowned all over the world under the name of “faenza” or “faience”.

vignoli 1

 

Details

Model : PIETANZA

Designer : SAURA & IVANA VIGNOLI

Editor : BOTTEGA VIGNOLI

Period : 2018

Origin : ITALY

 

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RESEARCH VASE BY VIGNOLI

There is no limit to the possibilities of ceramics, and we are convinced that from any point of view, from creating techniques to material shapes,
there are always going to be new directions to take.

The baking with blast-fire reduction technique that we use allows us to obtain shimmering colors, iridescent reflexes, so that every piece has unique, often inimitable features. The decorative themes are historical reinterpretations or completely original ones, but always on that path of research that makes this territory so distinct.

 

vignoli 2

Details

Collection : “Research”

Designer : SAURA & IVANA VIGNOLI

Editor : BOTTEGA VIGNOLI

Period : 2018

Origin : ITALY

Dimension : H32 cm x Ø31 cm

 

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JARDIN D’OSIER BY HERMES

 

Illustrator, colourist and silk storyteller of the creation of the first square in 1937, Hermès designed its first collection of upholstery fabrics and wall coverings inspired by the themes dear to society: horseback riding, travel, fantasy.
Inspired by the Indian garden with its flowers, shrubs and fountains, this unpublished drawing by Pierre Marie describes a refined universe where the abundance of plants and flowers are symbols of serenity and well-being. The Jardin d’osier wallpaper is available in 3 variants to create gardens to infinity. This wallpaper is sold by the meter.

 

 

Details

Model : JARDIN D’OSIER

Designer : HERMES

Dimension : 150 g/ml – l 70 cm

 

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