Slow Dining Chair
Composition: 100% Polyester
Durability: 100,000 Martindale
Composition: 100% PES
Kvadrat Revive 1
Composition: 100% Recycled polyester
Designer: Georgina Wright
Composition: 100% Cotton
Durability: 37.600 Martindale
Composition: 100% Linen
Composition: 100% Polyurethane (100% Polyester Backing)
Kvadrat Field 2
Composition: 100% Trevira CS
Designer: Alfredo Häberli
Camira Main Line Flax
Composition: 70% Pure New Wool, 30% Flax
Kvadrat Melange Nap
Composition: 97% New Wool Worsted, 3% Nylon
Designer: Akira Minagawa
Durability: 60.000 Martindale
Kvadrat Messenger 5
Composition: 78% Post Industrial Recycled, 15% Polyester, 7% Nylon
Designer: Maharam Design Studio
Durability: 65.000 Martindale
Kvadrat Divina Melange 3
Composition: 100% New wool
Designer: Finn Sködt
Kvadrat Steelcut Trio 3
Composition: 90% New wool worsted, 10% Nylon
Designer: Dijkmeijer & Ridolfo
Bellagio Leather 2
A lightly buffed, pull-up leather finished with a blend of oils and waxes to achieve a cracked, almost distressed finish with a slight pull-up effect.
This bold and contemporary range of leathers has been developed in conjunction with leading design experts for all contract applications. The colours have been specifically chosen to reflect the requirements of today and to give designers a glimpse into the future
Newcastle is a top grain, pur aniline leather finished with a blend of oils to achieve a pull-up effect and a glossy finish. Newcastle comes into its own when used on tightly upholstered applications as the colours change on the furniture creating a classic “old saddle” appearance. Healed scars, scratches, neck and belly wrinkles will be apparent throughout these hides. Since Newcastle is pure aniline leather, hides will fade in prolonged sunlight.
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Stellar Works’ creative direction is overseen by the Neri&Hu Design and Research Office. Founded in...
Designed by Space Copenhagen
A multi-disciplinary design studio, Space Copenhagen was founded by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou in 2005 and ever...