How Chris Wyrick Created the Unconventional Wall Treatments in Lenny Kravitz’s Brazilian Compound
When Chris Wyrick first came to Lenny Kravitz Fazenda in Brazil, a coffee plantation of more than 1000 acres of a 20th-colonial farmhouse and many other buildings that the stonework has been renovated for years. The team of singer “Fly Away” had Wyrick, a Los Angeles artist who had many years of experience in painting large murals (mostly outside) in the design of a wall for a Kravitz Design Project. to help.
The work failed when the client finally decided to change direction, but the team reconsidered Wyrick when Kravitz began delivering the Brazilian countries and needed someone to apply a thicker pond pattern than ever before. Jungle on the walls. Splashed from the guest house’s large room.
The design of the guest house’s walls is a mixture of gray, black and orange plants that combine perfectly with the black Kravitz sofa, the orange carpet and the Jorge Zalszupin rosewood cocktail table that complements the design. room. Wyrick had planned ten days to flourish the guest house’s walls, but it soon became clear that he would spend more time on the floor.
“When I came to Brazil, they told me that [Kravitz] was busy with other things he had designed, and he wanted me to look at his master suite and squeeze rooms,” Wyrick said. . “We just had a very good creative connection.” Wyrick lived for 30 days and painted a total of 18 walls.
“It was a wonderful environment, and while Lenny works, he creates this well-known ecological place where you work with him, live there, eat together, talk, share and we have all been involved in everything.” It was great to see, “he says. One of the first projects he undertook at the guesthouse was a genuine collaboration, born of inspiration from Kravitz.