Francesco Battista

Sur la route de Samarcande


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Francesco Battista, of Italian origin and living in France, is a drawer and painter.
Thanks to his great mastery and long experience, he works with some of the the biggest names in wallpaper, fabrics, furnishings and fashion.

For his new collaboration with Isidore Leroy, he has created a bewitching universe called “Sur la route de Samarcande”. Samarcande, a city of light in Uzbekistan, was once a junction on the Silk Road, where the cultures of East and West mingled. In this serene, peaceful landscape, palm trees, shrubs and exotic trees stand tall, while birds, butterflies and dragonflies flutter around. Soft clouds hang over this moment of tranquillity. The setting is both soothing and exotic, inviting you to take an imaginary journey to a faraway land of calm and reverie.



This decor consists of three panels, each 59 inches wide, which are connected in an alternating manner to form infinite length decorations. The panels are cut into three 19 inch wide strips.

Available on non-woven paper (lightfast, paste the wall, washable, dry strippable) or High Performance Contract (scrubbable and impact resistant, PVC free).

Available in several colors: Jade, Safran, Bois de Rose and Nuit
✁ Also available in a bespoke version.

➥ Samples



Ships within ten working days and delivery in two to four days depending on the country.

Please consult and follow the hanging instructions.
Be aware that non-woven paper is not totally opaque. 
In case of dark or colored wall please apply an undercoat or a liner.

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Photography 1 ©Ton Bouwer/House of Pictures Production: Monique van der Pauw/House of Pictures

Photography 2 ©Filippa Tredal/House of Pictures Stylist: Tone Kroken/House of Pictures

Designed and printed with care.

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