CommonRoom’s newest wallpaper designed by Casa Estudio joined the pattern and colour of this year’s Shoreditch Design Triangle.
EDIT. TOKYO offer sophisticated, functional, well designed and traditional lifestyle products from Japan. All products are manufactured by skilled artisans especially for EDIT. TOKYO. The work by Casa Estudio for the festival was a playful yet sophisticated display showing new furniture designs including steel brushed, flower patterned mirrors.
The wallpaper entitled ‘Palour’ was developed for the new interior parlour at Sketch. The flower motif used is influenced from both the architecture and decorative details of the 18th Century Conduit Street Building. The idea was to design an interior that would feel comfortable and familiar’ say Casa Estudio. The new Parlour will be completed in Autumn this year.
Casa Estudio is made up of Giles Round and designer Andrés Ros Soto. Round is a multidisciplinary artist whose works include architecture, ceramics, design, print and typography. Ros Soto is known for his furniture and interiors. His designs are heavily influenced by Latin American modernism and brutalist architecture.
The wallpaper comes in four colours: Parchment / Pink / Pink Moon / Teal costing £130 per roll.