01 product description
The current trend for interiors in the direction of sophisticated reservedness finds a fitting equivalent in the new Nandou: The aesthetics of this robust loop weave with the striking horizontal structure and typically rhythmic colour accents captivates through puristic elegance. Spatial design patterns being used for the first time on high-quality, durable brand-name yarns accompanied by innovative technical colourings emphasize a multifaceted modernness. Due to the extremely dense and reinforced fabric appearance, Nandou obtains a special character that completely fulfils the high standards set for a textile floor covering subject to extreme usage. Nandou is a product that has been marketed successfully for 20 years and continues to be constantly developed further in innovative ways. For instance, a new interpretation of classic designs is taking place on this card: By using a new design language, it shows how the product has evolved.
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04 TagsArchitecture, BAU 2013 Munich, fairs, Products, Vorwerk Articles, Vorwerk Products
05 Articles about Vorwerk
I like the Original
Imm cologne attract creative minds from all over the world – this time they included Marc Bailly, interior architect straight from New York. He joined Robert Volhard, Stylepark MD, for a tour of the Cologne interiors fair to find out all about innovative design this side of the Great Pond.› To the article
Synthetic flooring goes green with castor oil
He’s not really interested in skylights. But in the third part of our tour of the “BAU” trade fair in Munich, Amandus Sattler discovers that there are in fact some well-executed specimens out there, such as those developed in collaboration with Foster+Partners. He also finds out that you can’t tar all drainage systems with the same brush either, that no two types of paint are the same, and that “green PVC” is really quite an attractive option.
There is no standard solution for the future
As the “world’s leading trade fair for architecture, materials, systems” BAU in Munich offers a wealth of information for architects, planners and anyone with an interest in today’s building solutions, or tomorrow’s. That said, this time round highly customizable standard solutions took center stage while true innovation remained scarce.› To the article