texturae debuts with three nature-influenced wallpaper collections texturae debuts with three nature-influenced wallpaper collections
jul 02, 2016

texturae debuts with three nature-influenced wallpaper collections

texturae debuts with three nature-influenced wallpaper collections

 

 

 

italian entrepreneurs daniele morabito and dario pulitanò, founders of texturae, debuted three extensive collections of wallpapers at this year’s milano design week. drawing dominantly from nature, the collections — weft, warp, and yarn — were created in collaboration with leading designers including: chiara andreatti, elena salmistraro, alessandro zambelli, and the brand’s in-house team.

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‘macao’ by team texturae
all images © texturae

 

 

 

capable of shaping any environment to personal perfection, all texturae products are fully compliant with italian/EU health and environment regulations. designs are produced on latex, fiberglass, and magnetic canvas using water-based inks, and are odor/nickel-free, and non-flammable. texturae papers are suitable for domestic, contract, and healthcare applications. 

texturae wallpaper collections weft warp yarn
‘ancient nature’ by chiara andreatti

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‘gradient flowers’ by chiara andreatti 

texturae wallpaper collections weft warp yarn
‘dino’ by elena salmistraro

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‘cicalidae’ by alessandro zambelli

texturae wallpaper collections weft warp yarn
‘lampyris’ by alessandro zambelli


‘happy day’ by team texturae

texturae wallpaper collections weft warp yarn
‘tender is the night’ by team texturae

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‘tulips’ by team texturae

 

 

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