Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

The new textile collection designed by Bruno Tarsia for l'Opificio

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Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics
22/05/2020 - The architect and interior stylist Bruno Tarsia chose l'Opificio for the creation of his first textile collection.
 
The Relief collection was born, a jacquard operated fabric that has become famous over the centuries for its refined execution and irrefutable beauty. It uses the ancient gobelin technique dating back from 1450.

The new gobelin created by l'Opificio for the Relief collection designed by Bruno Tarsia has a renewed and contemporary dimension. The different warps and wefts, characteristic of the gobelin weaving technique, produce a detailed design with a three-dimensional effect of different yarns and nuances.

A architectural composition of full and empty spaces, where textures, weaves and nuances create different planes. Relief is a jacquard fabric available in nine color variations: from natural shades to rich gold tones, from intense fire color to the blue ethereal, up to large evergreens, grey and black.


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Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

Relief: 3D Effect Fabrics

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