How can coloured surfaces interact subtly in daily life? My final master project made at National School of Industrial Design in Paris and followed by the danish designer Margrethe Odgaard question our relationship to colour in private interiors. Inspired by Pointillist’ paintings, “living” surfaces are created — between the solid colour and the actual pattern. Three interior textiles were developed, each one with a different quality, process and use: fraction, segment and brume.
© photo Cécile Vignau
© photo Véronique Huyghe