13/10/2021 - Dainelli Studio presents Monoscope, the first collection of wall tiles designed for Ceramica Bardelli. The project evokes the domestic soul of the Milanese twentieth century: the inspiration for Monoscopio comes from the 1960s interiors, with the spread of neat colored backgrounds and the great trend of decorative ceramic surfaces, also widely used by the masters of design.
“Monoscopio refers to the screens appearing on TV appliances between the 40s and the 60s (the “monoscopes”), which were used to adjust image focus, brightness, contrast, geometry and other useful information for a correct viewing
', says the designers Leonardo and Marzia Dainelli.
This chromatic and geometric imaginary gives rise to the collection, marking the first collaboration between the Milanese Studio and the Italian company.
Initially designed for ARIA HUB, the co-housing project in the Ortica area signed by Dainelli Studio, the new Monoscopio collection was launched as a real novelty, included in the Ceramica Bardelli
The collection is composed of a decorative and a background element – both available in different colors in the classic 25 x 25 cm – in addition to “off-wave” decorative strips to be installed vertically recreating boiserie walls across the board.
For the decorative version, Dainelli Studio
has worked with a textured chromatic palette of bright colors, playing with combinations of shades and curved lines to create patterns and asymmetries.
In the background variation, Monoscopio reinterprets the classic grit, typical of 1960s floors, through the ceramic material. The background has been designed to match the decorative version of the collection, partly recalling the nuances lending the grit a contemporary and characterizing attitude.
The last version of the Monoscopio collection is the boiserie concept with the strips, created for vertical surfaces, which can be used alone or next to the decorative and background variations of the same family. In the project designed by Dainelli Studio, this version embraces a bourgeois style, entrusting the decorative system to the three-dimensional nature of the tile, which becomes at the same time upholstery and ornament.
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