Established in 1969 by the late, eponymous artist, decorative wallcoverings company Maya Romanoff is marking nearly half a century by rebranding as MAYA, a move that includes an overhaul of the company, a refreshed website and a new logo.
The brand renewal also marks the one-year anniversary of Romanoff’s passing. According to company president and Maya’s partner, Joyce Romanoff, the decision was made both to honor the legacy of company and look to the future.
“Maya taught us so much!” Joyce said. “In honor of his spirit and his legacy, we made the decision to change the company’s logo to just MAYA. At the 45th anniversary of our company, we are forging ahead with strength and a lawless sense of play worthy of our namesake—he would be thrilled to see us continue his legacy of creating beautiful, innovative materials.”
The new website includes a Gallery page highlighting professional installations of MAYA products all over the world.
“The [new] website was also designed with a clean, geometric aesthetic that complements the subtleties and nuances of our wallcoverings,” said Laura Romanoff, senior vice president of sales and marketing. “We are consistently blown away with the inventiveness and elegance of designers’ interpretations of our materials, and are excited to have this be a major portion of the new site.”
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