Inspired by the works of Sonia Delaunay, this enigmatic design by Antonio da Motta Leal presents large fluid shapes and lines within curvilinear fields of rich natural colour reminiscent of his Brazilian homeland. It is presented
in two colourways :
Sonja I; a blend of warm taupes and
Sonja II; vibrant Brazilian greens and yellows. The design is composed of 4 panels of 24” x 24”
to architects and decorators who may choose to use the formal composition of four different but related panels as originally intended, or to opt for an endless variety of playful arrangements.
Labirinto I and II layers the natural vibrancy and reflectivity of straw marquetry in Beechwood or Ebony with fine lines of hand-applied Mercury Gold leaf or Silver leaf. As light - or the viewer – moves, different iterations of the design become
visible; a tribal textile appears with strong archaic lines that then fades as the metallic lines appear creating a precise graphic sensibility.
Hide and Seek is a vision of dimensionality created with extremely precise skills. Brown, red and natural straw are applied in ‘boxes’ of lines that move and deepen dramatically as light infuses them.
Alexander Lamont’s Ligne wall panels in Beechwood, Bronze, Ebony and new Mercury Gold straw marquetry bring plains of soft colour indoors underpinned by a rhythmic linearity.
The Étoile wall panels bring depth of colour and visual excitement to interior surfaces with asymmetric straw marquetry sunbursts in Beechwood, Bronze, Ebony and new Mercury Gold.
The Forêt wall panels have generous lines of straw criss-crossing the field of vision to create a strong sense of depth and the sensation of being drawn into a forest.
Graded tones of bronze and ebony straw are combined in the Havana wall panels
Perle Wall Tile create luxurious wall surfaces using the myriad beads of natural enamel that make up stingray skins.