textile collection

  • Like all the stories told so far, behind each of our products there is research that starts with the fabric, in close collaboration with the knowledge of our craftsmen. Ours, up to now, has been a game of imagination: seeing different designs, surfaces and textures emerge along the length of the fabric and then prefiguring the best declination. Now this game is completed with the development of proposals for the furnishing world.In fact, fabrics have been entering our customers' homes for some time now to decorate armchairs, beds, walls and curtains. However, we have now decided to fine-tune the rules of the game, with a selection of patterns and textures that reveal our points of reference through the potential of yarn-dyed linen, cotton and wool.

  • Our collection of fabrics by the metre is now divided into two large families, the jacquards, now a signature of our brand, and the canvases. The jacquards come alive with shades, grooves and movements, looking at organic elements drawn from Japanese-inspired lines, and geometries echoing the Italian modern period. The result is strong and resistant fabrics, more or less thick, which decline jacquard in compositions and colours, from solid colours moved by organic modular repetitions, to more figurative and decorative motifs.The linen canvases insist on the same research, a wavy and never flat surface, which declines the weave of the canvas in compact and shiny satins of intense solid colours and in a bouclé that experiments with a yarn-dyed tubular workmanship.A work in progress which is now presented in its core, but which will be enriched by archive designs and more or less light and technical canvases.

  • Images courtesy of Giulia Coluccello.