Deeply alive, CEYLAN embodies the colour of travels. At across road of cultures, the collection tells of the textile heritage of India, its traditional craftsmanship and its colours. Finely-drawn floral or animal designs cover the walls. The richness of fabrics, the“savoir-faire” of the master craftsman, are represented by the textile fibre and pleated linen finishes. Magical colours from far-off lands, the enchanting oriental tones blend with Hausmann surroundings.
Echoing the mosaic in the grain, an Italian-inspired sketch comes to life with this soft, gold patina. Created by our stylist in metallic ink, this unique creation is inspired by Venetian mosaics, erased over time.
The blossoming of thousands of Jacaranda flowers fills the town with colour in spring. A spectacular sight, which covers the streets with a mauve carpet at the end of summer. Embroidered on a cotton and linen cloth, these spectacular flowers blossom in different monochromes of green, ochre, purple and blues. These new and delicate shades, created by our colourist for this spring-summer combine with deep-browns and are highlighted with bronze.
Created using a wide range of yarns, “Sawubona” is an iridescent and bright embroidery with vibrant colours. “Sawubona” is the greeting of the people of Natal. More than a simple hello, it is a reverence, a special word to let the other person shine, through their qualities, subtleties and differences. On a cotton cloth, the colours combine in gorgeous kaleidoscopes, to reflect the beauty of this gesture
Hand-embroidered on traditional clothing or painted on houses, geometric designs are characteristic of Ndebele art in South Africa. The colours and symbolic designs of these wallpaintings express the identity of the members of the tribe and have positive meanings. Of Ndebele heritage, the South African artist Esther Mahlangu has inspired Casamance to create this linen and cotton fabric.
An over-embroidered digital print, it combines different materials and contrasting colours.
Available as a wall panel / Mural. Search Bogolan.
In Marrakech, the Yves Saint Laurent museum is an architectural jewel which recalls the weft of a fabric. It has inspired MANSOUR, a collection of lines, volumes and shapes. Geometric shapes and scrolls are revealed by the depth and the light, sculpted with metallic inks. MANSOUR is a structured collection which blends architecture with“haute couture”.
Produced using four films, Otto wallpaper palmette has beautiful depths, alternating lustre and matte. It recalls the work of Otto Wagner, founder of modern Austrian architecture and advocate of functionalism.
The word Bogolan means “from the earth”. To begin, a simple cotton cloth, on which different symbols are traced in clay giving it its importance. The colours come from natural dyes : birch, indigo, grape skins. This african fabric, with large geometric patterns, has inspired Casamance to create this digitally printed panoramic wallpanel.
This panoramic wallpanel coordinates with the Mahlangu fabric and accessories.
Lush vegetation adorned with rich colours comes to life on the walls. The rich colours are created using the rotogravure technique which produces very precise patterns. Avicennia coordinates with the “Kirsten garden” fabric. Also called the black mangrove, the Avicennia is a small tree found in tropical mangroves.
Variations around the queen of the summer : the dahlia. Pompoms, cactus or collarette, this bright flower covers the paper with its cheerful blooms. The muted shades of the summer’s end are displayed on a matte or glossy background. A matt or metallic sandy ink underlines the contrasting contours of the flowers’ perfect shapes
A flowers opens whilst all the others close. At dusk the Belle de Nuit awakens, giving off its bewitching perfume. It has inspired this enchanting and hand-drawn composition. The strong colours come from the eight printing cylinders. Some references contain a metallic film giving the flower an iridescent look at sundown.
This delicate collection shows off the wooded depths of a secret garden, exotic, lush, colourful, where the plants are a source of olfactory sensations.The graphics reiterate the vegetal opulence of a triumphant nature. Dots, lines, underlinings take their places successively and bring the floral world to life, enhanced by volume and gum finishes.
A collection evocative of Apollinaire’s “Cortège d’Orphée”, in which the poet associates an animal portrait with an image. A precious collection, ORPHEE gives life to wonderful drawings and lets the magic of a plant and animal world emerge. Subtly applied to matte inks, metallic finishes illuminate the collection’s graphics, bringing relief to the pattern and revealing the finesse of its contours. A luminous collection, of great chromatic richness, which immerses us in the depths of oceans and forests. By French Brand Casamance
A lavish collection, Louxor uses light as an adornment. In 1921, the Louxor, a cinema with a neo-Egyptian facade was inaugurated in Paris. The rules of Ancient Egypt fascinated Art Decor artists at the time, a century later they have inspired Casamance to create this lavish collection of wallcoverings. Majestic volume, graceful lacing, drawn between light and shade. Patterns withclear lines and pared-back shapes catch the light. The opulence and richness is portrayed through the depth of colour, flashes of precious metals, gold, copperor silver.
Kokedera is a Graphic velvet on a textured base of two qualities, viscose and polyester, gives the fabric a matte and glossy effect. Very sought-after, this soft moss covers Japanese gardens. Kokedera - Kyoto’s «Temple of Moss» - is a garden composed of 120 varieties that are different in shape and colour, dark, bright or muted. It is embodied by this sublime geometrical velvet.
This strongly scented English rose is inspired by the poet Christopher Marlowe. The linen fabric reinterprets the stages of flowering in bright contrasts. Available in 5 colours, Marlowe is embroidered in exquisite colours, like precious jewels such as carnelian red, citrine yellow on a jade background, or pearl on a tourmaline black background.
Hédonie recalls the olfactive pleasure of a garden (Hedonism being the school of thought that regards pleasure as being the reason for living). Hédonie fabric represents embroidered flowers on cotton satin.
Panthere is an exquisite jacquard, on a polyester satin warp. The weft is made of many different yarns which create the irregularities in the fabric, alternating matte and gloss, with subtle differences in thickness. An elegant and orginal fabric, designed for seating.
Expertly embroidered, with amazingly diverse stitches and colours. Plumeria flowers, heliconia jasmine and tahitian gardenia come to life in beautiful colours. The delicate embroidery accentuates the fragility of a petal and thicker yarns outline a leaf. The Tereshchenko diamond is the largest blue diamond in the world