Glass-fibre, Vinyl, Nonwoven, Cellulose fibre
Bold colors, extreme overlapping shapes that become icons, perspectives that go on forever. The Warp Collection has a personality that does not go unnoticed. Elements define and shape their environment; the wallpaper collection does not hide but it flaunts a distinctly decorative taste, poised between graphic and photographic research which defines it, making it unmistakable . Glints of light, an unexpected tromp l'oeil plays on the eyes or a prismatic explosion of color that becomes a line, geometry and a shape. Light is fragmented into colors, shaping the space and modelling it. The visions of the designers selected to put together this collection lend themselves to the imagination of those who choose to build their own environment in a blatantly personal key fearlessly shaping its surroundings on the basis of their identity. The designs in this collection are art at your fingertips.
• Texturae technology ensures a high quality product, without sacrificing its respect for nature, aiming for the lowest possible environmental impact.
• The vinyl wallpaper is printed on top of the base, which is vinyl backed with a TNT sheet, which guarantees high stability during application and removal. The paper is easily washable and flame retardant and does not shrink, does not warp and does not tear when pasted. It does not contain heavy metals and it conforms to the standard of permeability and water vapour belonging to fire class B-s2, d0.
• The fiberglass wallpaper has great resistance to abrasion and scratching. It is non-yellowing and is resistant to ultraviolet radiation. It requires minimal maintenance and is hypoallergenic. It is ideal for floors, external or humid environments, such as bathrooms and kitchens due to its resistance to moisture and mould.
• Texturae wallpapers are cut using the most sophisticated equipment, guaranteed by international licences. The cutter has a perfect vertical cut that follows the image with a precision of 0,06mm (0. 002 in), ideal for cutting images that are to be applied in sequence.
The light reflecting from the sea waves is here transformed into an abstract sequence, almost vinylic, with colors surprisingly dynamic and changing depending on the perspective.