In this first collection for Kvadrat, sketches are transferred to fabric by means of the latest digital printing, laser cutting and burn-out technologies. The combination of traditional motifs and modern technologies the fabrics a contemporary, modern appearance, yet their warmth and sensuality bring life to rooms and furniture.
I like the layered effect of the transparency in Pressed Flower, looking through many layers of pattern when it is bunched up. In the sunlight, it gives the most amazing shadows.
Eternal Summer is like embroidery with light. The laser cut openings become like sparking dew drops on the fabric.
The two designs of Prince and Princess unite in Happy, where contrasting rose patterns are overlaid.
The motif of Nectar appears as a swirling movement, a flow of falling blossom leaves.
Shadow is like an illusion created from the moonlight casting a shadow onto the curtain of something growing outside your window.
The long swirling upholstery pattern of Heaven Scent is designed so that the placement of the pattern on a piece of furniture always creates an organic, asymmetrical effect.
Wilderness is a hand-drawn flora and fauna motif printed digitally to retain all the intricate details.