From a document originating in the early 1900s, an opulent damask design has been reworked into a pixel effect in “Avenue Broccato”
From a document originating in the early 1900s, an opulent damask design has been reworked into a pixel effect in “Avenue Broccato”. Meanwhile, the “Canestro” basket effect set was inspired by Art Deco. The source fabrics are important in terms of presence and touch, thanks to the combination of micro and macro yarn used. Now applied to a concrete base and finished with a slightly deteriorated effect, the repeated pattern is found in a geometric composition of two tones – one neutral and one tending towards sea green.
L’Opificio by Inkiostro Bianco: all the graphics have been inspired by fabrics in the l’Opificio collections, a Turin-based manufacturer of furnishing fabrics and velvets, and reworked graphically in collaboration with Inkiostro Bianco to be printed digitally on vinyl or EQ-Decor.
- Vinyl: width 68 cm
- EQ•dekor – fiber glass: width 94 cm
- Tela® taffetà stretched fabric: width 297 cm
Vinyl wallpaper is made up by two layers: the front layer in vinyl, which is printable, and the back layer in TNT (non-woven fabric), which confers high dimensional stability during the installation and the drying procedure. Also worth noting is the ease of installation and of the possible removal from the surface.
Decorated glass fibre glass for floorings, bathrooms and kitchens. The revolutionary covering with protective and decorative function originates from the cooperation between Inkiostro Bianco and Mapei.