At a distance it’s possible to perceive a dominant colour, but on closer inspection you recognize the individual colours: this is the optical effect which the name Quadricromia refers to, a system of surfaces that do not have a precise typological definition, but when once installed can exert a strong influence on its surroundings. A two-dimensional furniture system which adapts to the three-dimensionality of space and which can be mounted flat on horizontal surfaces, hung along walls as a contemporary tapestry, suspended as a separating element or finally fixed to the ceiling. Each component of the system is unique because the resulting texture is always different, as well as the appearance it gives of random data from the irregular configuration and the lack of homogeneity of the material used, aspects that generate perceptive wealth and chiaroscuro vibrations such as to call to mind the fractal geometries that occur in nature. Last but not least, Quadricromia is a green product, given that it derives from the recycling of waste materials and, in that it can be rolled up, it reduces its overall dimensions during storage and transport.
by Jean Nouvel
by Jean Nouvel
Furnishing element, used as a surface covering or spatial divider
Danese - ADIMEMBER
Tibaud (material obtained from the processing of waste textiles and offcuts) and felt.
CNC controller cutting and stitching.
180/210/280 (l) x 0,4 (p/d) x 210/280/500 (h) cm