At this week’s Cruise Ship Interiors Design Europe (CSIE) expo in London, Belgian-based decorative design company, Omexco presented new wall coverings in collaboration with Miami-based Studio Dado.
This partnership brought together Omexco’s craftsmanship with Studio Dado’s creative vision, which resulted in a fusion of style, functionality and innovation, the company said.
In an increasingly interconnected world, Omexco said that it sought to create a collection that visually represents the diverse array of people, places, and objects that populate the planet.
‘Rivage’ is the latest addition to the company’s high performance range, boasting a new level of durability.
These wall coverings are not only PVC-free and bleach cleanable, but now have an enhanced performance with scrubability.
Omexco also showed its first decorative wall coverings’ selection with acoustic properties.
‘Silence’ is the result of a collaboration between the company’s research and design teams.
It is claimed to be a high-quality product with a simple tone-on tone design available in a range of 10 colours.
“The faux-plain pattern is available in 10 classic shades and improves the acoustic comfort of any space,” the company explained.
Designed with ships’ interiors in mind, ‘silence’ offers an improved acoustic comfort by strongly reducing the sound reverberation.