n. The study of the principle "Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed".etym. Neologism forged by Salvador Dalí (1924-1989) and taken up by Jean Cocteau (1889-1963), to describe his poetics.
It is the work of Ricardo Bofill, the famous Barcelona postmodernist architect born in 1939, who is at the origin of the drawings in this collection. The shapes and colors he has created since the 1960s are still very modern to me today and have inspired me with maximalist and flamboyant geometries.
Large strip of non-woven wallpaper with three-dimensional stripes in shades of burgundy and powder pink.
Width : 91,4 cmLenght : 280 cmSurface : 2,55 m²Weight : 195 gr/m²Layout : paste your wall with glue for non-woven wallpapers.Care : clean with a damp cloth.
Paper made in Châteauroux (France)
Printed in Colombes (France)
Print to order: no stock, no waste
Printed with non-toxic Greenguard© labeled inks
No PVC no VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds)
Fire resistance C s1 d0 (suitable for Hospitality and contract)
Sample available on request by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contemporary prints, inspired by post-modernist architecture. CORALIE PRÉVERT wallpapers are eco-responsible: printed in France, with water-based inks. No PVC, no VOC. M2 fire resistance. Printed on demand: no stock, no waste and tailor-made if you need it.
The wallpapers are printed to order, they will not be exchanged or refunded.