Following on from the Cersaie expo in September, Ornamenta has released three new collections, all aesthetically individual
Inspired by industrial woods with a balance between natural and graphic forms. Available in two formats of; 20×120 & 30×120. Lamelle reinterprets the industrial parquet, mantaining the advantages of strength and aesthetics of the surface, in the more contemporary colours. It exceeds the disadvantages of the traditional version related with, laborious installation and long lead times.
This collection is described as “Evocation of time that was, but contemporary”. With surfaces that resemble of the most ancient Japanese technique of marble decorative paper, called Suminagashi, a mood of the moment also called “marble paper”. This is the peculiarity of “the variegated cotto”: typical colors of clays mixed together forming “marble veins”. Available in four rich hues and the format of 25x25cm.
Inspired by ‘Ornament and Crime’ an essay and lecture by Adolf Loo’s a modernist architect. What purpose does ornament serve the design of an object? Is it simply a function of style? Does ornament contribute anything meaningful to objects today? ORNAMENTA’s provocative answer is in this collection, called “MANIFESTO”, in which the ornament was assumed at absolute protagonist. Hand painted canvas on which the author expresses his creativity in two sizes and ﬁve colours, synthesis of experimentation on the materials and stylistic fronts.
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