Our tireless search for purity and honesty has resulted in a color palette inspired by the furthest reaches of the globe. Starting from the elemental transparency of matte monochromes contrasted with brushed finishes in shades of white and grey… to the warmer tints and textures of terracotta and natural nuances in green… and the unmistakeably feminine inspiration of cool, sculptural tints…
The color of authenticity
Our colors attempt to strike that delicate balance between presence and absence. They should speak to us while at the same time silently fading into the background.
Colors capable of inspiring without imposing, offer a blank canvas for the art of living.
1. Essence concept
The essence of design; that’s what this theme is about. It is inspired by architecture, which protects us and provides a haven for the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Furniture is a form of micro architecture, a warm cocoon where we spend time with friends and family.
2. Culture and nature concept
This theme combines modern form language with warm, craft colors and textures. It is inspired by nature and Southern culture. The result is a warm, elegant modernism that combines natural materials like tropical wood, with craft elements that echo a rich past and fit perfectly into today's world. The colors of this concept are based on terra cotta supplemented with natural, green tones. This theme underlines the social aspect of Extremis’ furniture, it adds cosiness to a space and heats it up by at least 5 degrees.
You’ll find the culture and nature color concept in all of our wooden products. The combination of wood and more neutral table legs or structures are truly a match made in heaven.
3. Touch concept
The touch concept combines hard materials with subtle finishes and round shapes. The result is an exquisite, soft character that stands out in comfort and elegance. Furniture in this concept becomes almost sculptural. As boundaries fade these colors add an indoor feel to outdoor spaces and a homely feel to office spaces. The solid and sturdy materials are treated with a matte powder coating that gives a soft, tactile shine. The colors radiate femininity when combined with nude tones and borrow from the visual arts for an intellectual, artsy touch.