Blokwerk by Brintons

Announcing the collection, Blokwerk by Brintons. The first collection designed exclusively for corridor. An entirely new hospitality collection influenced by classic mid-century modern architecture. A year in the making, design plus engineering.

A few favorites below. All the patterns are available in custom colors on the Brintons DSO site. Please download the brochure in the below link to view the entire collection.






In an icy blue and gray combination,blokwerk-brochure-final-web-24





The very cool engineering in this collection is a full bleed design solution for corridor. Eaxh pattern can be cropped, pieced and assembled at any juncture…. with no waste.









Swoosh below has a 60′ long repeat, here shown in a show stopping color combination raspberry red, maroon and deep magenta.blokwerk-brochure-final-web-33



In teal greens and grays.blokwerk-brochure-final-web-31







Blokwerk design Influences


In my RISD lectures, I frequently use Mondrian as an example of a painter who moved from realism to abstraction. His less known early work moved from realism through cubism to the geometric abstractions he is most recognized for. He edited down but all his observations came from nature. Take a look at his early landscape paintings.


Now watch as they begin to abstract….. Mondrian applies a system of organization to observation.


Observation and intellect come into play, a fascinating internal exchange.61324172306110

mondrianThe fulcrum, where he steps over the edge of the cliff into pure abstraction.


Suddenly this all makes perfect sense, abstraction is the process of editing.Piet_Mondriaan,_1942_-_Broadway_Boogie_Woogie


The Eames house, the influences as applied to architecture. This wonderful house, was conceived in 1945

And finally, Yves Saint Laurent Mondrian dress. Frivolous? The Rijks Museum in Amsterdam didn’t think so, it’s in their permanent collection:)


Seeing, thinking, editing. Design / engineering. Blokwerk by Brintons.