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Wallpaper 'Layers' in Design Museum London

The Design Museum in London decorated it's cafe with the Layers wallpaper by Richard Hutten for Designwall. The Layers wallpaper is based on the everyday tapes that you would use to seal a cardboard box. The wallpaper invites to draw or write on. On one tape you can even leave your mark expressing your feelings or needs, in order to make it personal and unique.

Richard Hutten for Designwall

The Dutch design website insideinformation.nl mentions our wallpaper 'Layers' on the website. See it yourself, and more design news, on www.insideinformation.nl

Margit Kengen - Interior architect

Designwall was blogged by the interior architect Margit Kengen.

Crazy Birds in Oranienbaum

Designwall wallpaper Crazy Birds was part of the exhibition ‘Dutch Design - Huis van Oranje’ in palace Oranienbaum, near Dessau in Germany. The exhibition features work by prominent Dutch designers like Viktor & Rolf, Gijs Bakker, Hella Jongerius, Spijkers & Spijkers, Marcel Wanders and Designwall!

Witjes in the Designwall collection!

In the Drents Museum we took pictures of antique tiles, the so called Witjes. On the photos, the scratches and differences in colour are visible. We made a nice wallpaper with these photos.

Dutch national newspaper likes Designwall!

'De Pers', a dutch national newspaper, visited our stand at the Woonbeurs. The text is only available in dutch, but I can tell you 'De Pers' likes Designwall!

Birds wallpaper red

Beautiful stylish wall decorated with the Birds Wallpaper in red!

DMY Fair

Designwall at the DMY Fair in Berlin, Germany.

New: Language rain wallpaper

The Language rain wallpaper that was originally designed for the exhibiton Lovely Language at the Biennial Utrecht Manifest. It is added as a wallpaper to the Designwall collection.

International Design Yearbook

The international Design Yearbook, edited by Patricia Urquiola, provides an invaluable guide to the best of contemporary design per two years. The book includes the Birds wallpaper.