In bringing the collection to life, we partnered with 3-D Artist Joe Mortell (@joemortell) and creative director Charlotte Taylor (@charlottetylr) to develop a suite of digital stills and animations depicting the collection within a series of futuristic hospitality and interior environments.
“With Chromatic my objective was to create a visually-intriguing collection that elicits a sense of elation and happiness, offering an aspirational escape from the current state of the world,” said Andrew Cenita, our New York-based Designer who created each digital pattern in Adobe Illustrator. “For this collection, our goal was to introduce a new experimental aesthetic into our ready-made offering, providing our customers with a high-quality product that serves various hospitality interior applications and beyond.”
In the wake of COVID-19 mitigation strategies, the Chromatic Collection’s unique “Gradient Mapping” attributes provide interior designers with new tactics in the creation of human-centered spaces.
The Chromatic collection leverages our custom-carpet design workflow, designers may apply custom-colour gradients to create bespoke floor-based wayfinding systems and social distancing markers, demarcating private zones from transitional spaces like corridors and circulation areas. Specification, colours, and image scale can also be customised to suit any project scheme.