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.
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.
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 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.