Novacolor | WallPaper

The passion for colors in architecture has prompted Novacolor to launch its first line of WallPaper, a tribute to the earth and nature

Karaba by Novacolor, Design Barbara Sansonetti
Karaba by Novacolor, Design Barbara Sansonetti

Be Grateful WallPaper’ is a collection inspired by the image of our planet seen from above, created by the architect Barbara Sansonetti for Novacolor. The view of the earth from afar has been interpreted in seven patterns for easy repetition even on large surfaces, in relation to seven geographical areas of the world.

Delhi by Novacolor, Design Barbara Sansonetti

Delhi by Novacolor

Nets by Novacolor, Design Barbara Sansonetti

Nets by Novacolor

Huelva by Novacolor, Design Barbara Sansonetti

Huelva by Novacolor

Kansans by Novacolor, Design Barbara Sansonetti

Kansans by Novacolor

From the town of Karaba in Kenya which contains the wonders of the Chalbi, a small desert with oases and dunes, the Karaba pattern offers three warm colors and metallized details. Delhi takes its cue from the geometric design created by the intersections and houses of the Santosh Park and Uttam Nagar districts of that city, playing with vivid contrasts of color and gold. 

Nets references the Orient, especially the southern coast of China, with the nets used by fishermen. This line features warm, bright colors that remind us of the light at dawn or dusk in these regions. Huelva, Kansas, Fields and Barcelona are the other patterns that complete the collection, taking inspiration from settlements, deserts or vineyards seen from above.

Fields by Novacolor, Design Barbara Sansonetti

Fields by Novacolor

Barcelona by Novacolor, Design Barbara Sansonetti

Barcelona by Novacolor