Vibia collaborates with Note Design Studio

November 19, 2019

(Spain) – Vibia launches new colour collaboration project Chromatica.

Vibia has developed Chromatica, in partnership with Note Design Studio, as an innovative tool for architectural and interior design professionals.

Based on a study of the different elements that make up architectural environments, Chromatica is an introductory programme of 23 colours meticulously selected in order to combine with contemporary spaces and interiors, where light, colour and material play a crucial role.

The various tones, suggested by Vibia, range from subdued to vibrant with different options for surface finishes, ranging from matt to gloss, for combining with materials and different tones such as stone, concrete, metal and tile.

The chosen colour scale came about through the working experience of Vibia and Note Design Studio regarding construction materials currently used by architects and how those materials are combined to create iconic and captivating spaces. The tonal groupings within the chromatic palette (Light, Dark, Neutral, Vibrant and Subtle) make reference to the materials as their capacity to be combined to generate an interior project.

The chromatic scale can be organised in numerous ways, combining vibrant brights with stable foundation shades, or keeping a design monochromatic. The system helps architects and interior designers to translate their ideas into sensations through creating integrated and timeless spaces.

For ease of application, each colour is translated into its NCS system – Natural Colour System.

The collaboration between Vibia and the designers of Note Design Studio came about through understanding inspiration as a crucial element in the creative process for design professionals and allowing architects to go one step further.

Chromatica becomes a practical tool that combines inspiration with real materials and provides a valuable resource that the interior designer or architect can utilise daily in their work.

darc was recently invited to the new Vibia HQ to see the new Chromatica colour palette