Creative Collection is an ongoing collection by Glamora, enhanced every year by the addition of a new chapter full of fresh proposals.
The many sources of inspiration do have something in common: an imaginary trip through Italy, through interiors and exteriors, to explore new stylistic settings, by combining iconic motifs and worlds seen through new eyes. A real wunderkammer to be drawn from to transfer creativity and personality to interior design projects.
The desire to get away and get back to nature is fulfilled by floral and foliage themed designs which bring secret leafy spaces indoors. Immersive settings create indoor gardens and elegant verandas, ideally designed by a contemporary landscape designer.
Basket weaving and wicker chairs, a statement of craftsmanship that peaked in popularity in the 1970s, is combined with marble, textiles and marbling for a more modern look.
Surfaces that speak of a land far, far away. Images of the Far East, its sumptuous fabrics, the textures of silk and cashmere, reach us across the distances of time and space. Mid-century home décor, with its retro designs and colour schemes, is enjoying a comeback.
Memories and emotions slip into the traveller’s mind as he conjures up images of the countries and places he has visited. Patterns from marble entrance halls in Milan slide past. Silk kimono patterns shimmer alongside the crests of ocean waves. Geometric shapes from oriental rugs appear. Snapshots in a random order. Because you never know what you’ll see on the world’s streets.
A traveller has gathered, and continues to gather, a portfolio that speaks a thousand languages and narrates an array of experiences. His travelling companion has always been nature. He holds onto the memory of woods, equatorial forests and deserts crossed. A flapping of a butterfly’s wings is enough to unleash his imagination.
Blurred snapshots of places glimpsed from afar alternate with details enlarged by the lens of attention. Like a film shown on the big screen, his memories feature huge images of unusual tree barks, floral decorations, lettering stolen from the pages of a newspaper.
An explosion of colours fills the traveller’s visual memory bank with light, jotted down in the rooms of ancient art museums or collected in contemporary art galleries. Pop paintings and multicoloured graphics juxtapose against images of neoclassic sculptures and historic relics, following the natural layering of time.