Kvadrat has announced the new products launching at IMM Cologne, Paris Déco Off and Stockholm Furniture Fair. Also included is a colourful stand at IMM Cologne designed by Werner Aisslinger.
21 January, 2016
Top image: Garden of Wonders by Werner Aisslinger
During IMM Cologne, which runs from 18 to 24 January, visitors can explore the colourful product range from Kvadrat and the company’s other brands, Danskina and Kinnasand, in a ‘cabin house’ called Garden of Wonders designed by Werner Aisslinger.
At IMM Cologne, Paris Déco Off (21 – 25 January) and Stockholm Furniture Fair (9 – 13 February), Kvadrat will be presenting an update to Molly, an upholstery textile by Åsa Pärson. The new Molly 2 collection comes in 15 colourways of which 11 are new. It is softer than the previous collection, and includes cooler and lighter nuances of wool.
Kvadrat will also be showing two new curtain textiles by Cristian Zuzunaga. Mi Casa and Casita both combine glossy mélange yarns and matte unicoloured yarns in a minimalistic panama binding, and their colours are inspired by the Catalonian landscape.
Danskina is launching five new rugs from Design Director Hella Jongerius. Named Landscape, Cocoon, Cross Cut, Cross Border and Cross, the products are available in a range of colours and are hand-woven or hand-tufted by artisans in India.
Kinnasand is presenting its ZOOM collection consisting of 24 curtains and one rug.
Over at Paris Déco Off, Kvadrat has also collaborated with young textile designer Sybille Berger on an installation, which will be shown at their Rue Charlotte showroom. Visitors can expect to see a miniature room containing a layered curtain rail system, on which is displayed two small laser-cut Divina MD curtains.
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