EDITORIAL

The time period between1930 and1960 saw the birth and development of the modernist movement. The characteristics are a basic design and a sense of welcome and warmth. It was precisely the sense of welcome and warmth to which mid-century design owed its post-war success.
A minimalist and rigid aesthetic but warmed up by its color notes and the excessive use of wood.
60 years after the end of its reference period, the mid-century has never ceased to fascinate and to be - albeit only with an accent - present in our homes.
Here is a selection of wallpaper and fabric designs with a modernist soul, some by big names such as that of Elise Djo-Bourgois to whom the Maison Pierre Frey has dedicated one of its recent collections.

Chevalier - Jim Thompson

A hand-painted composition dating back to the 18th century part of a wooden panel, is adapted to a polychromatic print in pure cotton. Pure cotton fabric suitable for curtains.

Dedar

A geometric design creates an encounter of shapes that recalls the roundness of a hug.

Omexco creates wall coverings that are unique in their design and respect the environment. All Omexco products are in fact ecological.

Bard - Jim Thompson

Un nuovo brand: ZINC

ZINC ha presentato una collezione di rivestimenti murali laccati con effetto fiammato e altre in seta grezza da cui non siamo riusciti a staccare le mani!

I tessuti, tra cui un bouclè elegantissimo e morbidissimo che vedete nella foto qui a fianco sarà presto parte della nostra collezione.

ZINC si definisce come un brand seducente, tattile e 'urban' e noi non ci permettiamo di cercare parole che lo descrivano meglio.

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