The four subjects that make up this collection could be defined as a oneiric collage where memories, images, colors come together. A poetic collection, furthermore a personal reading which each time suggests a new story that is up to us to discover.
Elements / Air
Air is one of the four classical elements of life, earth, water, air, and fire which were proposed to explain the nature and complexity of all matter.
Beautifully blended and bold color tones are what this selection has to offer. Everyone may define the strength or the softness of colors that match in any place flawlessly.
Metallic Biophilic Futures
The collection aims to bring those beneficial effects into contemporary interiors in the form of an imaginary futuristic forest where Human Beings are in complete harmony with nature.
Healthy coral reefs are among the most biologically diverse and economically valuable ecosystems on earth, providing valuable and vital ecosystem services.
A poetry of rounded and twisted geometric shapes in chroma combinations inspired by the colors found in stones like unakite, ruby, and raspberry stone.
This collection creates the perception of a lush inside garden, with decor inspired by a variety of plants.
Birds Eye View
Dainelli Studio’s Birds Eye View collection for YO2 takes its inspiration from a bird’s vista from above as it flies over desert sand dunes or vast lakes. The project includes rugs and wallpaper un
Contours are the outlines that describe objects. Thin lines following different directions enable the creator to define and give information about the object in focus.
Funny and Fancy Objects
The “Fancy and funny objects” rugs tell us an ironic story, with objects left here and there from the night before, maybe a crazy party?
What really happened here?
This collection is a real acrylic on canvas portraying different versions of sunset and landscapes. Its pastel colors create a sense of tranquillity and a calming atmosphere.
The “Wild Vibrations” carpet is a tribal and secessionist inspiration, it depicts the banks of a fierce river with heady reflections and swirls.
Touch the Sky
Re imagining this ceiling fresco as a wall covering, Gjoen plays with perspectives made famous in the renaissance; inviting the viewer in.
Geometric patterns and earthy color tones are the main elements for this collection while it gives the feeling of sophistication in any space.