architects and designers to specify in public and commercial spaces and
private consumers to use in theirs homes
Kvadrat strive to push the aesthetic, technological and artistic boundaries of textiles and contemporary design. Kvadrat is part of the global contemporary design culture, and Kvadrats position is one of strength that brings with it a great responsibility.
The understanding and appreciation of contemporary design is fundamental
to the culture at Kvadrat. For instance, all Kvadrat sales staff are being trained in design, architecture and art history. They understand the cultural and creative context of the products - essential when entering into a dialogue with customers
Kvadrat strive to develop products of high quality - products that add value to
public and private areas. Kvadrat ensure that they have leadership in design by constantly exploring and challenging the capabilities of textiles and developing products which have equal emphasis on aesthetic appearance, technology and market potential. Kvadrat's products must reflect a commitment to colour and simplicity, along with a desire to develop textiles based on innovation and experimentation in design.
The Kvadrat collection is comprised of upholstery, curtains, acoustic panels
and textile tiles - it includes over 160 designs and 3200 colours, numerous materials, such as wool, silk, linen, Trevira CS and cotton and a very wide choice of styles and constructions.
The Barcelona Pastiche
The imm Cologne is swiftly getting back on an even keel. And how are designers and manufacturers making use of the opportunity? A tour of the trade fair shows that they often resorted to the tried-and-true, reanimating and dressing it up for contemporary use. Even Konstantin Grcic opted for a tongue-in-cheek approach to a design classic.› To the article
What do you get if you give Alfredo Häberli free rein to design an entire hotel? Well, now you can see just that in the new "25hours" hotel in Zurich.› To the article
Mirror, mirror on the floor
“Your glacial expectations” is the title chosen for a reflective installation that artist Olafur Eliasson realized together with landscape architect Günter Vogt for the outdoor area of the Kvadrat headquarters in the Danish town of Ebeltoft.› To the article