CONGRATULATIONS TO FRANCO MOZ FOR ROBIN SPRONG WALLPAPER WHO HAVE BEEN SHORTLISTED FOR WALLCOVERING AWARD IN THE INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE AWARDS 2019

design et al are delighted to announce that Franco Moz for Robin Sprong Wallpaper have been shortlisted for Wallcovering Award in The International Design & Architecture Awards 2019

The client, a hotelier by trade , wanted a unique wallcovering for their private residence in Bishopscourt, Cape Town. She wanted a wallpaper that would fit with her distinctive style, which is evident in all her hotels and lodges. It needed to be colourful and inviting, with an eclectic yet uniquely African charm. She liked the look of the European chinoiserie wall art, but with a playful and jovial feel that tells a story, like an old folktale, without being cartoonish. In line with the chinoiserie theme, Robin Sprong Wallpaper illustrated the botanical and animal elements by hand. Franco Moz for Robin Sprong Wallpaper

Franco Moz combined the various painted elements to complete a seamless room wrap, 21 meters wide in total. The design took into account each of the four door openings, with the elements designed to wrap around each entrance. The birds and animals appear all around the room, seemingly random, but they all have a connection to each other and form part of the story of this fantasy forest scene. It is a complete custom, to the specific specifications laid down by the client, to create a feeling of fantasy and wonder in the dining room. All the elements have been designed specifically for the topography of this wall, to create a seamless artwork that perfectly wraps the entire room and moves around the four openings.

Franco Moz for Robin Sprong Wallpaper

The goal was to create the feeling that you are inside a story book illustration of an old African folk tale. It is important to underline that the design was created around the shape of the room, taking into account the colours of the surrounding rooms, as well as the view from the front facing French Doors, looking out over the gardens and the mountain beyond.

Franco Moz for Robin Sprong Wallpaper

The entire artwork was digitally “painted” by hand; each element created separately and then positioned to compliment the features of the room, and to convey a story or a scene to fill the imagination.

Franco Moz for Robin Sprong Wallpaper

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