Wolf-Gordon Infinite Neutral, Color Innovation Meets Classic Construction

June 7, 2017

| New York, NY — June 8, 2017 | Wolf-Gordon’s new uphol­stery tex­tile, Infi­nite Neu­tral, chal­lenges the name­sake color’s tra­di­tion­al inter­pre­ta­tion. Har­mo­niz­ing with all envi­ron­ments, these dynam­ic neu­trals are com­posed of a bal­ance of pri­maries, which allow them to enhance col­ors in the sur­round­ing envi­ron­ment. The design­er, Wolf-Gordon’s own Mor­gan Bajar­di, was inspired by her edu­ca­tion in oil paint­ing and col­or the­o­ry when cre­at­ing the con­struc­tion. Infi­nite neu­tral is mul­ti-dimen­sion­al, lumi­nous and complementary.

Dur­ing art school, I wove rain­bow threads togeth­er and I was sur­prised to dis­cov­er a beau­ti­ful gray neu­tral. I’ve want­ed to repli­cate that con­cept in a tex­tile since I start­ed with Wolf-Gor­don three years ago. This is the per­fect ver­sa­tile col­or that will work any­where. – Mor­gan Bajar­di, Tex­tile Designer

To cre­ate this ulti­mate neu­tral, Bajar­di used a crisp crêpe weave and com­bined an inno­v­a­tive mix of vari­a­tions on the pri­maries; the results are a com­plex gray and beige that are both brighter and rich­er than any con­ven­tion­al neu­tral mix­ture. The four col­or­ways are a bal­ance of warm and cool, each con­tain­ing 30 dif­fer­ent thread col­ors that cre­ate sub­tle stri­a­tions to catch the eye up close while their indi­vid­ual shades pro­duce lay­ers of depth per­cep­ti­ble at any distance.