How to translate the Fashion Trend Geo Complex into Interior Design

Posted By Anastasia Benko / March 29, 2017 / 4 Comments

Strong graphic expressions and vintage references await you today. You will see a lot of contrasting colors, shapes and textures. Last year we picked up a very interesting color forecast from Fashion Snoops for you and have demonstrated how important it is to take various disciplines into account when it comes to interior design. This post has quickly become one of the most seen to date. Since that shows you interest, this time we would present another trend translation and  concentrate on a Fashion Graphic Forecast for 2017/18 and again, show references from the interior world.

COMPLEX GEOS Geometrics once again take on a retro sensibility and have complexity added whether it be created by combining colors, altering sizes or making them appear to be three-dimensional. Patchworking was also of importance, as well as geos printed on a faux
texture.

- Fashion Snoops
 

 

You probably have noticed the retro elements right away: the 1960’s and 70’s have strongly paved the way for all kinds of bronze, orange, red and yellow hues in interiors and COMPLEX GEOS is picking it up, with a slight hint of blue. It is not without a cause that the interplay of colors and the altering sizes is pointed out, because this is the exact differentiation of what makes this trending contemporary look so different from the vintage look of the 60’s and 70’s.

 

THE IDEA

How to translate the Fashion Trend 'Geo Complex' into Interior Design via Eclectic Trends

Fashion Snoops

 

THE TRANSLATION

How to translate the Fashion Trend 'Geo Complex' into Interior Design via Eclectic Trends

How to translate the Fashion Trend 'Geo Complex' into Interior Design via Eclectic Trends

Sancal

How to translate the Fashion Trend 'Geo Complex' into Interior Design via Eclectic Trends

Jaime Hayon for T Magazine

How to translate the Fashion Trend 'Geo Complex' into Interior Design via Eclectic Trends

Luna by  Patricia Urquiola for Coedition

How to translate the Fashion Trend 'Geo Complex' into Interior Design via Eclectic Trends

Mural décor by Rodolphe Parente | Maurine Tric Photography

How to translate the Fashion Trend 'Geo Complex' into Interior Design via Eclectic Trends

 Patricia Urquiola for Budri

 

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Inga Sempé and Patricia Urquiola for Mutina

How to translate the Fashion Trend 'Geo Complex' into Interior Design via Eclectic Trends

Yonoh for Sancal

How to translate the Fashion Trend 'Geo Complex' into Interior Design via Eclectic Trends

Room Mate Hotel Giulia

The altering sizes of the color fields determine the sharp edges of the newly designed interiors and separate them from the round shape of furnishings from the past.

It is not only the bronze colors that play an important role here, please notice the addition of the strong contrasting use of white and black (image above). It is only through it’s intensifying characteristics, that make this graphic look complete.

But there is also one thing the past and the future have in common: the unusual combination of color and the extensive usage of graphics set an intentional focus on the decorative characteristics and add a witty and lighthearted approach to decoration.

 

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4 Comments

  • March 29, 2017 at 4:51 pm

    Very inspiring article!

    • Gudy
      March 29, 2017 at 9:33 pm

      Thank you, François, I appreciate! G, x

  • Krzysztof
    March 30, 2017 at 1:07 am

    Great article. Inspiring.

    • Gudy
      March 30, 2017 at 7:39 am

      Thank you, I hope you were directed from the newsletter where we published some extra information on the topic:)

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