Jannelli & Volpi is preparing for the international appointment of the Salone del Mobile 2016 and this year it does so by participating in two events outside the salon.
The more 'institutional' one will be in-house (showroom in Via Melzo 7, Milan), with an installation entirely dedicated to the Armani / Casa Exclusive Wallcoverings collections.
The other, on the other hand, 'off-site', reflects the company's desire to open up more and more to the world. In fact, lights are focused on the 'Space & Interiors' event (The Mall | Porta Nuova), where it presents a selection of collections, including the new J&V 502 Fibers and J&V 141 Atelier, both from the J&V Italian Design line which, since 2009, dedicates to proposals conceived by CreativeLab (internal creative studio).
J&V 502 Fibers Collection | J&V Italian Design Line
Elegant and refined proposals for the J&V 502 Fibers collection, where the material - worked with advanced printing techniques - dialogues with light and color, restoring a 3D scenic effect with a precious decorative content. Strong coverings, which combine classic style with contemporary one, with a strong reference to the Italian culture of 'beauty', designed to characterize contract environments, but also to give an original touch to private ones.
The graphic proposals are:
Traditionally inspired embroidered damasks that blend sophistication with modernity, or design neat floral motifs
Geometric designs, in small modules, which give great strength to the walls, united, for an original touch to the interiors and which enhance the furnishings and interior details
Materials and processing techniques are in the foreground:
Relief inks, embossing, velvet inserts, with a matt / glossy, light / dark, soft / decisive or metallic contrast.
J&V 141 Atelier Collection | J&V Italian Design Line
The wall coverings of J&V 141 Atelier, previewed at Heimtextil (Frankfurt), make you dream, recall memories and reflect a sophisticated sensuality.
The graphic proposals refer to timeless places, such as Italian landscapes (Florence), romantic flowers, color palettes, shaded lines in fresco modes with the warm shades of sunset, sky and sea, or 'modern' damask designs. The watercolor colors are lively, bright, soft, relaxing and current, to give color to the rooms and recreate an atmosphere of well-being and relaxation.
The graphics of the collection are on Murales, in three subjects of the artist's expressions:
Sunset, Palette, Travel Notes.
All the proposals - murals and rolls - are produced in vinyl material on a paper base.