07 Sep HERMES Interiors F/W 2017/2018
Clic Clac Quadrille
This fabric was created by bringing together two designs: Clic Clac, by Julia Abadie, originally created for a silk scarf in 1979 and here reduced to its essence, and a stamped grid pattern by Gianpaolo Pagni. Each design is bicolor; once superposed, the common white colour finely reveals the writing of this fabric printed on silk faille. This superposition creates a strong fabric, with a spectacular scale, available in three contrasted variations.
Gianpaolo Pagni created this design with one H-shaped stamp. The graphical sign coming from the alphabet forms a brick wall when applied continuously. This 100% wool fabric can be seen as a double game of complementary positive and negative. Briques is a jacquard fabric with no reverse, and no need for lining.
This design by Gianpaolo Pagni was made with only one stamp applied continuously. This Milleraies evokes the patina of a ribbed fabric, a robust material, and even a relief. This 100% wool fabric can be seen as a double game of complementary positive and negative. Milleraies is a jacquard fabric with no reverse, and no need for lining.
Using only two stamps, Gianpaolo Pagni builds ribbons which shape a letters labyrinth where we can read HERMES. This “fond natté” 100% wool jacquard fabric is available in four contrasted colourways.
This drawing, created by Gianpaolo Pagni who drew his inspiration from the Catalogues de Colportage of the Hermès archives, is a reference to the equestrian metal working. Quatre chaînes is a 100% cotton jacquard fabric with no reverse, and no need for lining.
This chevron bicolour weaving recalls the riding crops braiding and reinvents the Hermes herringbone.
This design created by Gianpaolo Pagni is complementary to the Clic Clac Quadrillé fabric: the pattern of Partition forms the background of the former. This design depicts a game of stripes and squared shapes, inspired by music scores. Partition is a jacquard fabric as precise as a printed fabric. It has no reverse, which makes it possible not to line in order to play with the complementarity of its two sides.
Using only two stamps, Gianpaolo Pagni builds ribbons which shape a letters labyrinth where we can read HERMES. This first embroidered wool twill fabric recalls the Hermès hand-stitched technique.
This design by Gianpaolo Pagni was made with only one stamp applied continuously. This milleraies evokes the patina of a ribbed fabric, a robust material and even a relief. The wallpaper material is very suitable to Gianpaolo’s technique, who works a lot on paper.
Gianpaolo Pagni created this design with one H-shaped stamp. This graphical sign coming from the alphabet forms a brick wall when applied continuously. The wallpaper material is very well suited to Gianpaolo’s technique, as he works mostly on paper.
This design was created by Gianpaolo Pagni using stamps; we can find tokens, dies, cubes, little horses, and boxes to store them. This wallpaper evokes a messy gaming table; radiant and vivid colours recall the playful universe of the “parcheesi” game.
This design, created by Gianpaolo Pagni, evokes the childhood universe, as well as construction games. Vertical and horizontal lines displaying radiant and vivid colours create a multi-coloured structure.
This design created by Nigel Peake is composed of a multitude of ink freehand drawn huts. This wallpaper evokes garden huts and the childhood universe.
This frieze by Nigel Peake playfully evokes a large freehand ink drawn ribbon. It reveals a game of lines and contrasted colours.
This design created by Gianpaolo Pagni using stamps evokes the childhood universe. These little multi-coloured horses recall colouring books.