Landscaping: Print and Pattern Trend

Landscaping: Print and Pattern Trend

Picturesque landscapes are applied to furniture and textiles as digital prints or suggested in abstract compositions and color combinations.  

Rio credenza by WEWOOD_1

The Rio credenza by Portuguese brand WEWOOD depicts the picturesque landscape of the Brazilian city through incredibly precise markings which are milled into the lacquered doors.  A shelf running the full length of the inside, provides enough storage space for use in the dining or living room. Custom imagery can be milled onto the doors upon request.

Artematica Vitrum Arte kitchen for Valcucine

Valcucine’s Artematica Vitrum Arte kitchen has glass doors that can be specified to feature unique artwork and patterns supplied by the customer. The drawings are cut out of coloured film and applied to tempered glass panels by hand. These panels will then become the kitchen's doors, worktops and side panels.

Tal Alkabes Somewhere Chair

Designer Tal Alkabes used traditional rug-making techniques to create the upholstery for the Somewhere chair – Alkabe’s 2011 graduation project from Holon University, Israel. The three-dimensional topography created by the varying pile of the wool, replaces traditional foam upholstery.


Montanara sofa by Gaetano Pesce for Meritalia_1

Introduced in 2009, the dramatic Montanara chairs by Gaetano Pesce for Meritalia is upholstered with a digitally printed fabric depicting lakes and mountains.

Polder Sofa by Hella Jongerius for Vitra

Hella Jongerius‘ Polder Sofa is inspired by the low-lying tracts of land enclosed by embankments that are found in Jongerius' home country of the Netherlands. The patchwork effect of the polder landscape is reflected in the sofa's elongated horizontal lines, low-lying form, and asymmetry.

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