The collection conceptualises nature in an inspirational design, transforms scenery into graphic language, and turns variables into colour codes and three-dimensional patterns. A network of lines encloses inlays of different woods. Contrasting materials dialogue together: wood, fabric and metal form a product on the surface of which is impressed the metaphor of a natural yet human landscape. The language of design conveys the values of the region in which we live.
Man’s endeavour to reshape his surroundings and the complexity of this great task can only be seen by changing perspective and adopting an alternative, distant viewpoint.
The designer’s clear objective in imagining the new Tellux collection was to create a product capable of transmitting Morici’s strong artisan identity by exploring the multiple possibilities offered by complex and exclusive techniques.
The basic concept in this design is the juxtaposition of precious woods of different textures and colours within a framework of lines to create constantly varying inlays.
The technique of inlaying is beautified by a complex geometrical design that flows uninterruptedly over the surfaces and adds character to all sides of the product. Artisan production methods merge with meticulously designed elements to generate three dimensional effects.
The special “Metal Land” finish, with its variable texture, corrosion and shading, provides the distinctive and innovative element that unifies the collection’s expressive language. This brand new finish conveys a sensation of “bare earth” enriched by metallic reflections, and provides a coordinating element for the entire collection, along with the subtle, gold-finished, geometric lines surrounding precious woods like radica, ebony, rosewood, ash and bolivar.
The new Tellux collection comes in different chromatic lines that find expression in exclusive luxury boxes and furnishing complements, all in perfect accord with the colourful and elegant inlaying of the Morici Collection.
Designer: Marco Fuligni studio Fudesign – www.fudesign.it