TURANDOT N. 9750
The last opera by Giacomo Puccini, Turandot (1926), stands out for the setting at the Chinese imperial court. The taste for exotic and the richness of the court are tributed by the design of the wallcovering with the same name, which presents a shagreen motif – a classic of Armani’s aesthetics, but also a symbol of prestige and refinement in Eastern countries since the most ancient times – on a silk and lurex background. The texture in relief is obtained thanks an accurate screen-printing process directly on silk fibers that uses 3D-expanding inks, an absolute novelty for Armani/Casa.
|Width||0,870 M - 34,252 Inch|
|Length||1,000 M - 39,370 Inch|
|Quality||65% Silk - 35% Lurex|
|Composition||Silk mural fabric|
|Pattern Repeat||64,00 cm - 25,20 Inch|