Patricia Urquiola’s first wallpaper collection for Jannelli&Volpi is an investigation through images on the domestic surreal.
Scenes and tools of everyday living become wall decorations that accompany us.
Reflecting on the evolution of our homes and the relationship between us and them, the collection – which includes four color variations – is developed in a series of 7 rooms, in addition to a pattern decoration.
Each room is designed to dialogue with the others. In addition to the living objects of common use – a window, a table with still life, a curtain, a bookcase – the collection also depicts a greenhouse-garden populated with plants. Looking up at the ceiling, the drawing becomes a window on the sky, which each time has a different light depending on the room.
All these subjects are reinterpreted according to a new domestic symbolism.
Alongside the main decorative subjects, the collection also includes the option of a patterned decoration, consisting of miniaturized subjects. Designed to cover the entire wall, this pattern is made up of objects, different from one another. A dense graphic that becomes almost an amused challenge to the observer, who will never find one subject identical to the other.
The Rooms collection, designed precisely to decorate entire single rooms, reproduces backdrops that amplify the real space, without invading it, but instead inserting itself lightly as silent backgrounds of our days.
The Collector’s Room (featuring Gogan sofa – Patricia Urquiola for Moroso)
Bodegones Room (featuring Nuez Lounge BIO® – Patricia Urquiola for Andreu World)
Zero-gravity room (featuring Rigo – Patricia Urquiola for Agape)
Miniature Room 1 (featuring Gogan armchair – Patricia Urquiola for Moroso)
Zero-gravity room (featuring Gogan sofa – Patricia Urquiola for Moroso)
Horizons’ room (featuring Gentry sofa – Patricia Urquiola for Moroso)
Bodegones Room and Horizons’ Room (featuring Gentry sofa – Patricia Urquiola for Moroso)