Brutal Marmi

Brutal Marmi wallpaper takes a fresh look at brutalism and wonders what might have been if concrete wasn’t the material of choice. The design follows the solid characteristics commonly associated with the short lived architectural style. At the same time they ditch the concrete in favour of luxurious stone choices. Each repeat holds sixteen blocks that group together to make a unified whole. Although the repeat length is just over two metres, Brutal Marmi matches at any 26cm interval. As a result this offers the freedom to fit as a random mass of blocks on the wall.

Marble, onyx and limestone form the building blocks in the grounds of each wallpaper design. Each with its own character and marking from the dark and moody Rosso Lepanto to bright and glamorous Onice Verde. Each of the block motifs share the same rounded indent effect inspired by the poured concrete forms common in the brutal architectural style.