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after ‘oasis’, freifrau has the moment again teamed up with tattoo artist christian trzaska to develop the new tapestry material ‘garden eden’, which normally takes on baroque floral imagery and very substantially life up to its name…
very good storytelling has very long been 1 of the critical factors of effective marketing and advertising procedures. the reality that freifrau is now invoking poetry to present a new textile assortment is abnormal – but it fits beautifully with the new backyard garden of eden cloth layout, which is reminiscent of baroque flower paintings.
say it with a poem: with ‘garden of eden’, sabine magnet reminds us to pause, experience and understand frequent improve. it may be understood as a guide, for example to sitting on a chair by freifrau
like the poets of the era, freifrau draws on the vintage baroque motifs of memento mori, vanitas and carpe diem in the variety of 4 stanzas: ‘take consolation in the certainty of transformation / inhale the new / welcome the ever-modifying seasons of character, of life / the at any time-changing you.‘
these blossoms by no means have to wilt, but forever adorn the backs of the ona chair assortment by sebastian herkner
from tattoo to textile
the design and style for the pattern of the gobelin fabric arrives from christian trzaska, who beforehand developed an additional fabric for freifrau. he arrived to the consideration of the lemgo-dependent seating furniture manufacturer by way of the twin brothers and sons of freifrau founder hansjörg helweg, marc and niklas helweg, who realized trzaska not only as a skateboarding friend but also as a tattoo artist – he experienced now inked the tattoos adorning their arms. for the previously fabric structure gobelin oasis, christian trzaska initially designed an oil painting, which was then transformed into an opulent fabric by the belgian textile organization meisterwerke.
leya lounge swingseat (top) by hoffmann kahleyss design, with oasis tapestry exterior and tender upholstery within. ona curved armchair (over) by sebastian herkner with yard eden outdoors and intelligent velour material in bourgogne inside
just like his to start with layout, the new material beckons the creativity to enter a lush plant earth. in the prior motif, a peacock caught out its head involving dense bushes, and if you glance carefully, you can also see a tarsier clawing at slim branches with a huge-eyed gaze. for gobelin eden, trzaska now focuses much less on the mystique of wild and untouched nature, and has as an alternative made a still everyday living – a bouquet of tulips, peonies, lilies of the valley and several other sorts of bouquets organized by human hand.
tattoo artist christian trzaska has presently built a cloth for freifrau in 2019: tapestry oasis immerses the creativeness in a lush plant globe. a peacock and its feathers adorn the motif
motivation for opulence
the stunning issue: the flowers depicted in this article never have to wilt, but can for good adorn, enchant and awaken longings. ‘the backyard of eden is the inspiration for the ‘at home’ frame of mind to existence, for a heat and welcoming atmosphere and the need for opulence,‘ states freifrau, outlining the new textile layout. it can be used for the ona and ona curved armchair collections by sebastian herkner, for leya by hoffmann kahleyss structure in different chair versions, as very well as for their amelie collection of seating furnishings.
the tapestry fabrics are mixed with seat cushions in a selection of robust to neutral shades
seating furniture covered with gobelin eden becomes a true eye-catcher in combination with other upholstery fabrics in intensive hues. but gray also goes completely with the floral motif and appears especially distinguished when used in blend. those people who like it far more zestful and lively can decide for the leya wingback swingseat and let their imagination consider flight: possibly engaging in a sport of make-imagine, fancying oneself as a baroque-era countess or princely baron regally ensconced in the swing.
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