Fabric with graphic pattern
Art never dies. It has no expiry date. It’s always in fashion… Art lives, evolves and is reinvented. This is what Equipo DRT has done for its new classic fabric collection called Palladio. It echoes and highlights some of the finest creations of this Italian architect (1508-1580). Palladio was adored by the nobility of the Republic of Venice in the 16th century, and admired by all for his superior geometries, symmetries and architectural wonders. Yes, Palladio designed many Italian villas in his age: Pisani, Foscari, Badoer, Emo… And these beautiful Italian masterpieces, five centuries later, are what Equipo DRT has skilfully transferred to a series of sophisticated and elegant fabrics for interiors.
Palladio is said to be the first classicist in modern architecture. He was the master who updated ancient Greek and Roman architecture and gave it the timeless beauty it still has today.
Inspired by his art and creativity comes the Palladio Collection from Equipo DRT. A new range of double-width upholstery fabrics being presented at the forthcoming Paris Maison&Objet Show in January 2015. This collection stands out for its large-scale geometrics and damasks, its ground-breaking bid for gold and silver lurex, in which metallised yarns are combined with natural colours, including greens, blues, golds, reds and mink.
Dim: 300 cm
65% Alg./Cot - 35% Pol
An imposing pedestal, massive columns, a majestic main façade… These are the main features of Villa Foscari, one of the most beautiful works by Andrea Palladio, just outside Venice. A work that has inspired Equipo DRT to create a new homonymous fabric with oval, slightly elongated motifs that give the impression of expanding into infinity. As infinite as the beauty of the building, also known as La Malcontenta, situated on the Brenta canal in the village of Mira. This is Foscari.
This sensation can now be achieved once again in homes using this fabric design, with small patterns. Conceived for chairs, cushions and pieces of upholstered furniture. Also coming with the same pattern is the coordinated sheer called Nerea.