Nichetto Studio devised a methodology whereby furniture and color are not considered separately, but rather as two integral parts of a single unique project.
The starting point for the definition of the colour palettes was the Herbarium, an extensive research project by Massimo Gardone on natural elements such as flowers and leaves.
Thanks to the NCS Colourpin and the scientific method of Natural color System, the studio was able to extract a selection of colors from the Herbarium before dividing them into three tonalities: warm, cold, and neutral.
Found on every continent and not influenced by a temporary fashion trend, the color palettes have been applied to materials and finishes including fabric, wood, stone and lacquer surfaces.
Read more about the Nichetto color system here.