In 2020 l’Opificio continue its travel among the colours and the endless visual and tactile dimensions of furnishing fabrics and of the velvets, the highest expression.
A course which has begun, since the incept, with a production 100% Made in Italy, respectful of the human being and the environment, 100% formaldehyde-free.
It is since 2019 that l’Opificio has started to collaborate with different designers. With Lanzavecchai+Wai for the Architrame Collection and with Bruno Tarsia for the Relief Collection.
This new collection is going to be added to the previous 45 textile collections of l’Opificio, always designed by Barbara Bertoldo.
l’Opificio presents here one of the new collections that will characterize 2020:
Scott, a jacquard fabric designed by the designer Serena Confalonieri, who has been chosen by the Maison for her eclectic and cool approach.
Inspired by the classical Scottish Tartan pattern, widely used pattern both in fashion as well in the interior sectors, here it is reinterpreted with a contemporary approach.
With Scott, the rigid right lines typical of the Scottish Tartan have been taken over by soft wavy stripes, which crossing, create a delicate and refined geometric pattern.
The chromatic palette, deliberately proposes some colour variants typical of the Tartan (as red, blue, okra, brown and black) including though, some further tones closer to the interior world such as beige, grey, light blue, pink and terracotta.
The unusual bouclè linen yarn, used in the weft enhances the visual and tactile perception of the textile and confirms the contemporary interpretation of this classic pattern.
As a result, it is an intense collection which can dress traditional as well as contemporary interiors or it can be included in mountain interiors, in any case, always places with great personality.
Scott collection is candidate to the ADA Awards 2020 of Archiproducts.
Photo: Scott TEXTURED JACQUARD PATTERN TARTAN
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