by VisionnaireSep 19, 2023
Inkiostro Bianco’s new wallpaper collection interprets the theme of fluidity through a creative proposal that leads to the creation of increasingly flexible living spaces, human spaces as safe places, to express one’s personality.
The disruption of today’s society conveys an increasing need for us to be fluid, and to do this we must step out of the margins and expand our boundaries. The collection draws inspiration from topical issues that, extrapolated from a complex social context, link even distant elements enhancing their positive aspects. We are part of a vast ‘fluid world’ but constantly threatened by rigidities and closures.
Flow aims at creating backgrounds that encourage the free expression of one’s way of being. Forty new subjects that address the theme of fluidity made visible by the sinuosity of forms, by the sometimes delicate and sometimes bolder colour combinations.
Celebrating collaborations: interior designer studio and Inkiostro Bianco for the wallpaper collection Flow
Two new collaborations have contributed to the creation of the new collection. LATOXLATO is a design and architecture workshop that, through its subjects, celebrates the synergy between art, architecture and design inspired by metropolitan architecture is seen through a metaphysical eye.
Their graphic designs represent the city, what you can see looking out of a skyscraper window or that invite you to look inside, leading the imagination to intangible environments without limits and leaving room for the eye to interpret the metropolis in its way.
LATOxLATO, founded by Italian architects Virginia Valentini and Francesco Breganze de Capnist, is a design workshop driven by their deep creative affinity as life partners, aiming to create contemporary projects that seamlessly blend art and architecture by drawing inspiration from their unconventional design experiences in New York and their unwavering passion for Italian craftsmanship and cultural heritage.
Studio Pelizzari, an architecture and interior design studio, alternates photographic hyperrealism with material pictorial effects in its decorative proposals. Interruptions of colour and contrast, visual alterations of images observed through a filter or a canned glass form unexpected images, and snapshots that intertwine to create abstract compositions. These backgrounds welcome the desire for customisation without imposing themselves and create a reassuring frame within the space.
Pelizzari Studio, established in 1991 in Brescia and later expanding to Milan, is an architecture and interior design firm known for its distinctive style showcased in building renovations, conservative restorations, and meticulous attention to interior design.
Collaborations with Irene Martino and Giorgia Ricci are consolidated. Two artists whose productions are characterised by continuous contamination between illustration, freehand drawing, collage and digital graphics, which form a fluid narrative texture. Irene and Giulia join the theme identified by Inkiostro Bianco and also developed by the in-house designers, who have focused their attention once again on nature, which is fluid and flexible par excellence.
Following the trend of biophilic design, the new decorations invite us to reconnect with nature by integrating structures and subjects inspired by it to bring benefits through the organic forms, colours and sensations that emanate from it. Thirty decors are proposed on traditional vinyl wallpaper, EQ.dekor fibreglass and Raw, the wallpaper in natural fibres.
These are joined by ten new Goldenwall subjects on gold leaf wallpaper. The new designs focus attention on the particularity of the substrate, made even more precious by the decorations that soften the glitz of the gold base and accentuate the iridescence of the colours in combination with the golden effect.
These graphic designs bring together geometric and floral elements in a harmonious and refined whole to give the rooms an exclusive and dreamy atmosphere. The settings proposed by Inkiostro Bianco suggest destinations of use as inspiration for imagining places and scenarios to which anyone can aspire. Spaces to let one’s personality flow, artificial spaces that are transformed into human spaces.