TRES TINTAS, the wallpapers and fabrics brand committed to design, presents its new collection by the internationally recognized designer Patricia Urquiola, who has been named as “Designer of the decade” by the German magazines “Home” and “Hauser” and has received recognition of international stature as the Gold Medal in Arts by the Spanish government.
The designer, with a style based on shapes and colors, reflects in this new collection a series of geometric patterns that show an elegant subtlety that provide a distinguished atmosphere to any atmosphere and environment in which they are used.
The 9 designs of this collection with 5 different colors for each one suppose a total of 45 references, and they include 9 murals, that express by themselves a great character and audacity that fuse perfectly to create a true element of design, essential for those spaces that aim to be unique and unique.
TRES TINTAS, by Patricia Urquiola, offers a proposal that reflects the trends of this year where mixtures of geometric prints, stripes and asymmetrical shapes in pastel colors and earthy and degraded that generate a visual impact that captures immediately the attention.
This new series of wallpapers is ideal for all those who seek to give a personalized touch to homes, offices or hotels thanks to its technical features that ensure maximum durability as they are resistant to sunlight, completely washable and fireproof, making it in last generation product that goes beyond exclusive and avant-garde designs in tune with the latest trends.
This new collection joins the extensive and extensive offer of TRES TINTAS in wallpapers and fabrics to continue creating spaces with a versatile and fresh seal in homes, hotels, bars, shops, offices, exhibitions and fairs with an authentic and characteristic touch in all latitudes of the world: from Hong Kong and Australia, through Morocco and Sweden, to the United States and India.
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