The Finsa Global Colour Research team have presented their colour trend themes for Spring/Summer 2015 at the Mix Magazine Surface Design Show in London.
Held at the Business Design Centre in Islington, the event is now in its eleventh edition and has really established itself as a high-quality forum for architects and interior designers to network, share ideas and discover new materials.
One of the most popular features at the event is always the Mix Trend wall, an exciting and inspirational display of real material samples, colour palettes and images that give insight into future trend concepts.
Glade and Aura were the highlight themes of this year’s show.
Using a collection of samples the designs, stories were brought to life demonstrating a diverse application to surface and material design.
Natural texture was a key driver in “Glade”, with arid effects translated into calming pattern and colour ways using carpeting. The soft flooring perfectly complemented solid colour laminates we offer at Finsa.
The second story brought to life was “Aura,” which saw iridescent effects blend with ethereal light tones dominating hard surfaces, while a more urban element inspired moodier dark colours in carpeting.
This mixture of light and dark was given a real identity through the samples sourced, inspiring visitors to approach colour and material in a much more dynamic way.
Caqui for the “Glade” theme and Nube Pink, Nube Blue, Nube Green, and Eolo for the “Aura” theme were Finsa’s contributions to the Mix Trend wall from their Trendbook Spring-Summer 2014 collection.
The Trendbook is the latest collection of laminates designs by the Finsa Group, inspiring the latest additions to the Finsahome range of Kitchens and Laminate Flooring.
The event in London was just one of many appearances by Finsa at shows around Europe in 2014.
Over 60 architects and designers attended the III Finsa Workshop ‘Destination: Trends’ at the iconic City of Culture in Santiago, Spain.
This award winning architectural setting was the perfect stage to showcase the latest Finsa trends in interior decoration, including; Industrial & Raw, Hidden Luxury, Greing Being and Vintage Attitude.
The white canvas of this magnificent museum environment at the City of Culture inspired a journey trough architecture, interior decorating, building materials, finishes and textures that all attendants to the event much celebrated through the four proposals in the Finsa Trendbook of decorative surfaces.