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Marburger Tapetenfabrik
Nepenthes

Design: Thomas Zeitlberger

2009

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Nepenthes

01 product description

Product description

The viennese goldsmith, sculptor, and designer Thomas Zeitlberger, 40, has created six wallscapes for marburg, room surpassing collages as captivating wall design.
"Wallscapes" are phantastic picture puzzles with a plethora of figures, symbols and plants forming an exciting relationship sometimes resembling antique natural history drawings. The details are removed from their accustomed environment and put into a new esthetic context without yielding a logical connection.
The result is a surprising combination of items that do not belong to each other, but together exhibit a fascinating, excentric and decorative impression. New details are discovered all the time. Everything a bit crazy, a bit nutty but absolutely stylish nonetheless.

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Fabric as therapy

Fabric as therapy

While textured surfaces for wallpapers, upholstery fabrics and curtains are causing a real stir, the motto of “Well-Being 4.0” is intended to show how textiles can promote calm and relaxation. A tour of Frankfurt’s Heimtextil trade fair.

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Only the best textiles <br/>for guests

Only the best textiles
for guests

The choice of textiles employed in the luxury hotel sector is primarily determined by quality. Decision-makers see this aspect as being even more important than sustainability, design and price – says a study carried out by Business Target Group for Frankfurt's Heimtextil - International Trade Fair for Home and Contract Textiles.

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Less caviar, more meat & potatoes please

Less caviar, more meat & potatoes please

This year’s Heimtextil in Frankfurt runs the danger of being memorable for its superficiality rather than its quality. However, they have come up with some real highlights – and these aren’t restricted to the “Being” trend show alone.

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