Imago is a dream of radiant color and eclectic design that brings the world home.
Through meditations on our present surroundings and contemplations of art and nature, Fortuny’s concept of beauty underwent a transformation.
With Imago, the fantasy is material.
17th-century design. Roman influence.
A Venetian interpretation of traditional camouflage, Camo Isole’s pattern is created from photographs of water and islands as opposed to foliage.
Favo, Italian for “honeycomb”, is a nod to both of these elements, our individual identity and our connectedness to one another and the world around us.
Named after early South American designs.
Persian inspired pomegranate motif.
Design named for the 15th-century Palazzo Pesaro-Orfei, now known as the Palazzo Fortuny.
Moorish design named after Moroccan city.
17th-century traditional design similar to Lucrezia but on a smaller scale.
The interlocking, geometric design of Simboli creates a meditative state through repetitive mark making.
Early 17th-century Spanish design.