The first collaboration between Wolf-Gordon and Brooklyn studio Me and General Design, So good is a digital wallcovering collection defined by bold graphic patterns. Each look has a distinct personality: Echo (above) features diamonds and a grid of parallel lines which give the impression of dynamic motion; it comes in three colourways: grey and silver, gold and black, and copper and pink. Nouveau, available in gold, silver and copper variants, also features diamonds, only in a mirrored sequence that can be repeated ad infinitum.
Perch, above, is a nod to New York. In Blush, Dusk and Smokey colourways it sports an interlocking grid inspired by the windows of Perch Harlem, a passive building in the city’s Hamilton Heights neighbourhood.
The pixellated Vista evokes the image of a skyline, with zigzagging patterns combining to form an Art Deco-inspired wallcovering. It’s available in silver / steel, reflective white / opaque white, and high-gloss / matte black variants. wolf-gordon.com