February 17, 2012

This project reminds me of the Underfull Tablecloth I featured some time ago. Here too the pattern is activated by elements, which is always fun. This unusual flooring, called Hide-and-seek, has been created by Paris born surface designer Solenne Morigeaud. The monochromatic pattern is transformed into a colorful one in the presence of sunlight. Beautiful floral ornaments are nothing other than photochromic screen-print compositions on a wooden-floor. But when the sun comes out – they come to live and reveal vivid colors. “‘Hide-and-seek with the missing’ is a flooring design aiming at bringing awareness and inform the population on the importance of the management and the preservation of nature,’ – says the designer.

Juanita on 02/17/12

How beautiful.

Stefan on 02/17/12

That’s a really great attempt on making nature’s resources even more beautiful. Love the effort on working out these amazing prints + implement them with a fully functional photosynthetical technique.

Sarandella on 06/06/12


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