Inkjet on clay coated wallpaper. (1) 96" x 216", (1) 114" x 405". Applied to both walls and ceilings.
Brookfield commissioned six of the top architectural firms in Los Angeles to each design an innovative spec suite targeted to a specific industry. Rottet Studio was tasked with creating a collaborative and creative workspace for a fashion media client, and chose WRAPPED to create a wall covering that would complement the Frank Stella mural located just outside the building. WRAPPED’s black and white wall covering utilized a minimal palette with a unique design to provide a both subtle and striking focal piece for the suite.
Our team of artists worked closely with interior architects from Rottet Studio to create a one of a kind piece of artwork to set their spec suite apart. This wallpaper design originated as hand painted elements that drew influence from Rottet's design aesthetic and the surrounding environment of the project. WRAPPED used technology to transform these elements into an elaborate artwork that has infinite potential to be scaled and customized to meet the specific concerns of a unique space. We went through several rounds of revisions with Rottet to create a piece that was truly custom and tailored to the client's needs.
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