Bold, large scale geometric pattern, inspired by the Art Deco decorative current, an abstract representation of the tulip flower . A rigorous yet romantic design.
The architectural heritage displaying wonderful details with geometrical and yet organic motifs have influenced this collection, and given his name, in remembrance of the 1920’s and the bolstering energy and wild romance of those times.
The patterns are defined by smooth lines, streamlined forms and bright colours, that suggest luxury and glamour, but also minimalism and functionality
The hard angles, large sized motifs and the clear preference for symmetry define these bold patterns, softened by the pastel tones, adding a touch of light and energy to the contemporary minimal interior.