Stuck-on design transforms interiors with geometric lines

In these photographs, lines of vibrant colour transform once bare buildings into spaces which wouldn't look out of place in an art gallery. 

Launched during London’s Clerkenwell Design Week, HARU stuck-on design, developed by Japanese company Nitto, transforms interiors with a single adhesive tape. The lines can be layered or zigzagged and placed upon walls and ceilings, bringing an injection of energy and colour into once plain spaces. The designs are influenced by geometrical Japanese design principles and the tape comes in eight colours, four widths and various patterns.

The adhesive tape gives a temporary change to buildings' interiors and due to the design's flexibility, can be placed upon a range of adhesive surfaces. The tapes available from, from £11 per roll.



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