Gropius is Rubelli's collection of viscose and cotton jacquard velvet textiles, designed by Dominique Kieffer. The collection embodies the play between shiny metallic-like base and matte thick and lush velvet pile. The decor is quite contemporary, constructed with dots, but interpreted in a new way – dots are diagonally connected and evoke the energy and the movement.
‘As the triangle drags upwards, the square remains firmly on the earth and the circle, releasing strength and energy, is a perfect shape, a small universe." This was Kandinsky’s thought on the everlasting game of geometry shapes, so vividly embedded into this collection.