My work is not just reproducing an antique document or giving it a more contemporary look by changing colors with other trendy ones. My work is also to capture an element of nature with a click, design it by trying and trying again the sketches, to choose the one that convinces me and makes it suitable for a furniture fabric . Finally I define colors and fibers. The banana leaves take shape in a pure silk Damask in a brilliant emerald green. It was not easy to get what we wanted, but we did it. Even the choice of the weave crossing has been crucial to enhance the three-dimensionality of the design. The result was really exciting Designers: Annamaria Alois & Lavinia Stuffi
Our fabrics, our creations furnish the most beautiful houses in the world. Our damasks, lampas and brocades are at Quirinale Palace, in Moscow's Kremlin, at the White House in U.S.A. Here in the photo, in our stand at the "Salone del Mobile" in Milan. Between ancient documents and modern fabrics, proud to be ambassadors of Made in Italy🇮🇹 in the world 🌎🌍🌏
Boutique Hotel Elvezia □ Isola Bella - Stresa For the decoration of the rooms, the property asked for marine designs, including coral, but with colors suitable for the lake. Among our proposals, the choice was Aquarius Lampas linen and cotton fabric, in tones of blue, ocher yellow and mud on a natural white background and our "Canvas", with a big grain, coordinated fabric. The result, as you can see, is very fresh and elegant according to the location. Designer :@annamarialois
The creation of our fabric passes through the drawings of sketches. Together with my style office staff, we draw and paint them with tempera or watercolor colors. The "Bambù" lampas coordinated with "Chinoiserie" and "Canneto" damasks is part of collection "Le vie della seta". Designer: @annamarialois
"Le vie della seta" collection Two damasks : "Chinoiserie" and "Canneto" in colour Acid green. The theme of bamboo, we are using a lot in our latest collections, is also found in ancient fabrics such as Chinoiserie. Designer: @annamarialois
In the furnishing of our new showroom we have used at most the materials inherited from the ancient family factory. We cut in half more than five thousand old spools to create some of the pieces. Here a panel is the background of SPOLINATO POLYNESIA fabric in the autumn colors of a grape harvest.