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Client: The Maya Romanoff Corp. (U.S.)
Design: Rockwell Group (U.S.)
The first David Rockwell for Maya Romanoff Collection emerged from a collaborative exploration of theater set design, painting techniques and natural materials. Stitched highlights the beauty of craftsmanship and the traditional art of paper-making. Hand-dyed paper that resembles fine lacquered leather forms the backdrop for rows of stitching, resulting in a stunning covering that is rich in dimension, both visual and textural. It is offered in 30’ x 9’ rolls, in ten different colors and three different patterns.