Pattern repeat and 20 cm waste per drop are taken into account.
Note: the result is indicative, not an exact calculation
Manovo, the largest national park in Central Africa, is the source of inspiration for this eclectic mix of botanical prints, geometric shapes and plain patterns. The jacquard technique used, weaves different colours of paper together, producing a pattern. This creates an abstract, photographic representation of the African savannah. Horizontal and vertical effects alternate, creating tension and relief.
This design takes you to the largest savannah area in Central Africa. It reflects the beauty of nature in all its facets.
Massif is the name for the mountain range in Manovo National Park. The weathered look of rock walls symbolises strength and the vertical lines create a lifting effect on the wall.
This horizontal pattern suggests a subtle movement and lets you float on the Koumbala River, one of several rivers in Manovo National Park.
This free interpretation of crocodile skin refers to the great diversity of animal life in Central Africa.
Etno finds its inspiration in traditional African carpets and fabrics. Numerous geometric figures create a distinct graphic effect. The multi-coloured look and metal accents finish it off nicely.