We want you to touch this. Lithos Design make textured walls inspired by traditional sensibilities and exploiting new technology to produce surfaces which make spaces special. Once you have a texture like this, light and shade become a joyous palate. The surface above is ’Muri di Pietra’ is made up of two or more elements. You can use it as a wall or as a screen. We would like to see it teamed with some soft textured surfaces, shaggy rugs, lush velvets and soft, modern furniture. And we would love to play with the other surfaces from Lithos.
It is hard to imagine anyone other than an Italian designer even attempting to combine stone and gold. If that’s a little too rich it also comes in silver. And its called Luxury, of course it is. For readers who will smugly nod and say ‘oh yes, thought so’ the stone is Pierre Bleue. This is seriously glamorous. To really appreciate it you need to get close up and tactile. We can only help you get close up.
Andrea Palladio, the architect after whom the Palladium style was named and whose writings in Quattro Libri del’ Architettura continue to be an important influence was indeed born 500 years ago. Lithos celebrated his birthday with this design, Palladio. We hope he would have approved. Please do checkout the Lithos where they have many more remarkable stone surfaces. And if you are someone who enjoys playing with visual texture, just imagine playing with Lithos.