De Castelli - Vertical Green - Wall Decor NZ | ArchiPro
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De Castelli - Vertical Green

A kind of theatrical “vertical garden” created by De Castelli through the creation of a decorative pattern like American vine leaves, covers the external part of the exhibition space, evoking a picturesque autumn scenery warmed by the choice of the material, copper, and its finishing thanks to the precious nuances of a warm palette: from reddish-brown to bronze to green.

The decorum’s natural inspiration, as in a composition of the art nouveau expressiveness, allows space to the abstraction, in the revival of a three-dimensional geometric pattern, of high-impact, realized through shaped leaves in copper, that has been bent, oxidized, brushed, or having a greenspan finish.

A kind of theatrical “vertical garden” created by De Castelli through the creation of a decorative pattern like American vine leaves, covers the external part of the exhibition space, evoking a picturesque autumn scenery warmed by the choice of the material, copper, and its finishing thanks to the precious nuances of a warm palette: from reddish-brown to bronze to green.

The decorum’s natural inspiration, as in a composition of the art nouveau expressiveness, allows space to the abstraction, in the revival of a three-dimensional geometric pattern, of high-impact, realized through shaped leaves in copper, that has been bent, oxidized, brushed, or having a greenspan finish.

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