The fantastical worlds of the new Wall&decÚ collection

Paola Leone

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  • X-Ray, design by RAW
  • 1977, design by Gio Pagani
  •  Akos, design by Christian Benini & Andrea Merendi
  • Arcadia, design by Lorenzo de Grandis
  •  Bestiarivm, design by Gio Pagani
  •  Fairplay, design by Serena Confalonieri
  •  Glaze, design by De Bona De Meo
  •  La famiglia Pois, design by Antonio Marras
  •  Lesley, design by Bertero Projects
  •  Lettera 32, design by Bertero Projects & Antonio Andrea Pinna
  •  Matrix, design by Draga & Aurel
  •  Pulvis, design by Ines Porrino
  •  The deep wild space, design by The Elusive Otter Osella

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15 FEB 2018
The Contemporary Wallpaper 2018 collection by Wall&decÚ proposes punk, winter and glamour decorations and effects

The latest decorations proposed by Wall&decò for 2018 feature patterns developed from a vast array of inspirations, veritable self-contained "worlds" which also have the capacity to engage in dialogue and complete each other. For the new year, Wall&decò amazes us with a multifaceted palette: a series of high visual impact wall decorations conceived to define and enhance any home interior - from living room, bedroom, areas of passage to dining room. Like a prism in which different wave lengths converge into a unique and exclusive image, Wall&decò creates and reunites different subjects which make up the new wallpaper collection, in three distinct yet interconnected fields.

The first of these fantastical "worlds" by Wall&decò is called Punk Reloaded, where aesthetics become further removed from the hues of earth and nature and take a plunge into the codes of electronics. A palette which confers invisibility upon the immateriality of the digital world, with selected colours in the vicinity of purple, fuchsia and blue.

Colore vs Colore is the second mood, almost a journey through perceptions aroused by colour blocking inspired by fashion. The palette is played out in powerful colour contrasts, where warm tonalities are lit up and cooler hues are desaturated, without losing their strength. Colours converge towards sandy tonalities, whereas forms are softened to enhance the surface's material texture.

The last of these new worlds, Winter Elegance, is a vision of winter as a sophisticated refuge, where warm colours, such as antique pink and beige, are matched with cold hues such as blue and green. A golden background becomes the key link between rich and profound tonalities. Patterns are characterised by clear-cut contours as well as geometries balanced between eclecticism and rigour.