Tralerighe Wallpaper

TRALERIGHE FIRST WALLPAPER COLLECTION

TRALERIGHE is the first collection of wallpaper produced by antoniolupi and is within the homonymous 'large container' designed by Gumdesign, “Tra le Righe”, inclusive of the already well know sinks Borghi and Gessati.

June 2020_the tralerighe collection is born.

May 2021_the collection grow up from 20 to 41 designs available in positive and negative.

Wallpaper is a new challenge taken on by antoniolupi that completes the bathroom project. The common thread that binds it all together, the proposals of the concept are precisely the geometries and the colors; in Borghi the colors are warm and intense but do not refer back to a code or precise pantone because they are a shade.

Tralerighe Wallpaper

WATER-REPELLENT: CREATED FOR AREAS IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH WATER

On the other hand, in the other proposals of this “large container” there is a contrast between warm muffled WHITE and BLACK that creates light and speaks about intensity. The modules approach each other creating infinite rhythmic and free designs. The space incorporates the movement that is given by the lines and is ready to welcome, like a pentagram welcomes the notes.

Tralerighe Wallpaper

PARADOXICALLY, THE LINES CONVEY AN ABSENCE OF BORDERS.

The designs of the tralerighe wallpaper collection are studied on a mathematical algorithm: horizontal, vertical and oblique lines intersect as if they were alive and constantly moving, conversing with each other; so that the optical result is not of closure within a pre-established graphical cage, but of openness, designing the space.

Tralerighe Wallpaper
Tralerighe Wallpaper

The space incorporates the movement that is given by the lines and is ready to welcome, like a pentagram welcomes the notes

Tralerighe Wallpaper

RATIONALITY AND ORDER

Lines only 1 millimeter thick communicate rationality and with order, yet their combination creates emotion. Paradoxically, the lines convey an absence of borders.

 

Tralerighe Wallpaper

GO PAST THE SURFACE TO IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE INVISIBLE ASPECTS OF EVERYDAY LIFE.

“Thin traced lines generate a network – the designers Gabriele Pardi and Laura Fiaschi summarize - A filter for a frenzy day to stop and look beyond. Go past the surface to immerse yourself in the invisible aspects of everyday life ".

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