Wallpaper* Handmade is a yearly exhibition during Milan Design Week of captivating collaborations by the some of the finest creative talents and rising stars with the most outstanding makers and manufacturers.
Nick Ross (1986) is a Scottish/Swedish designer who presently resides and works in Stockholm. In Scotland he studied Product Design at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen and afterwards moved to Stockholm, where he continued his training in Interior Architecture and Furniture Design, taking a masters at Konstfack. Nick founded his own studio in 2014.
“The Agreement” is a full-scale contemporary ceremonial wedding arbor that welcomes couples to celebrate the romanticism of marriage.
“I wanted to take the arch, one of the most fundamental elements in the history of architecture, and add a new dimension to it by creating a curved internal wall. Something which creates a sensual experience when walking or standing under it due to its soft shape.”
The color purple is a rare occurring color in nature and as a result is often seen as having sacred meaning. Lavender, orchid, lilac, and violet flowers are considered delicate and precious. Throughout history, purple robes were worn by royalty and people of authority or high rank. Many believe this to be true because the rare occurrence of purple in nature made it one of the most expensive color dyes to create.
ANTOINE CREATED BESPOKE COLORS and TEXTUREs for ‘THE AGREEMENT’
“I have felt this is a good time to use this colour, as it does break the mould a bit, and in what I believe to be the right time. I like the references it has to ancient times. It has also been a personal favourite of mine for a long time”
says Nick Ross.
We believe in maintaining our creative integrity and edge through collaborations with architects and designers that push the boundaries of what we can do.
With its lively appearance, the Antoine lime wash properly enhances the peculiar geometries that characterise the ancient architecture of the castle, adding a further layer of vitality to the interior.