In contemporary interior design, one of the most immediately eye-catching aspects of any room is the combination of types, the simultaneous presence of different, mixed-and-matched materials and objects, creating a personal, hybridised and highly appealing aesthetic result.
This blend is probably the most important factor in creating any tailor-made environment, capable of reflecting the many facets of a design which, in turn, reworks and reinterprets today’s dynamic and eclectic society, springboarding off keywords such as aesthetic research, originality and experimentation.
Aesthetically charming yet undeniably surprising, the collection created by these two great 100%-Italian brands offers a bold selection of products tied together with an unmistakable style that highlights the material whilst at the same time commenting on the eclectic world of contemporary living, spanning both the public and private dimensions.
Based on its characteristic freewheeling approach to design, Diesel Living has spent the last few years forging a fruitful and synergistic relationship with major furnishing, lighting, giftware and fabric brands of all kinds.
is an internationally-renowned point of reference amongst high-tech ceramic manufacturers
, thanks in no small part to its wide-ranging production
which recreates every type of surface imaginable with originality, creativity and flair.
These two brands coming together for the Diesel Living with IRIS CERAMICA project has resulted in a sensory journey through aesthetic contrasts, a boundless exploration of the broadest iconography, with eclectic, adrenaline-fuelled and often provocative visual results.
All this is made possible by the unparalleled versatility of high-tech ceramic, the material that has smashed what were once thought to be the aesthetic boundaries of wall coverings, but also the limitations of format and concept associated with traditional décor.
Starting from the foundation of a truly vintage spirit, Diesel Living with IRIS CERAMICA
is much more than simply a collection of ceramic slabs.
It sets the stage for the captivating industrial style
, for example in Industrial Glass
, a line of Semigres coverings, in the interweaving of mesh and sheet metal featured in Fence
, in the discolourations and abrasions of Alurock
, and more.
A new vision of the metropolitan style
emerges from the reflections of City Lights
, a symphony of shades and nuances, whilst the futuristic Liquid Cosmo
finds its counterpoint in the dynamism of magmatic rock in Liquid Stone
, with the recent addition of the new 120x120cm size
These are just some of the suggestions arising from a project that is still very much evolving, very recently joined by Pluriball
, a new collection of 20x20cm Semigres wall coverings
available in Rosa, Black, White, Blue, Lilla and Cobalto.
Freshly presented at the Salone del Mobile 2022, Pluriball “explores the most eclectic and intriguing dimensions of ceramic as a material, transforming the inspiration provided by the sheets of clear plastic bubble wrap used to pack and secure goods into an original expression of material with a contemporary yet sophisticated spirit”.