by Martina Metzner | 4/25/2017
We will once again take a walk through the most beautiful shows of the Fuorisalone.
The CONSTRUCTURE collection, designed by Creative Director Isa Glink, takes you on a journey into a universe of tactile structures and intricate weaving constructions. CONSTRUCTURE explores the architectural idea of structure merging into the construction by sketching with materials, colours, yarns and threads.
The collection brings together unique aesthetics, which unfold and shape sensual, subtle transitions. This is achieved by layering distinct manufacturing processes. As a result, densely woven brights fade into subtle transparency; lustrous layers merge into natural matte surfaces; ultralight sheers shift into three-dimensional textures; and smooth paper-like yarns create a mellow contrast.
Sophisticated materials correspond with these eye-catching characteristics. For instance, pure cotton, linen and wool blend their natural properties with man-made viscose, nylon and finely-spun, flameretardant polyester.
Textures, woven lines and printed grids are combined with each other, becoming designs in their own right. Sensuous, soft and tactile, these stimulate the senses and enhance the experience of a space, as the light and your perspective changes.
The CONSTRUCTURE colour scheme comprises subtle warm nuances and cooler
shades, as well as rich, deep, mature tones like brass, petrol and
burgundy. The individual palettes are universal and invite you to create
calming ambiences, or alternatively, novel colour combinations.
FLAME combines premium coloured worsted yarns made from wool with a
structured light effect yarn made from cotton. The relief-like structure
and the subtle striated character of the transparent base unite to
create this distinctive plain.
|Cleaning||chlorine bleach not possible|
tumble-drying not possible
no hot ironing
hand wash only
shades of blue
shades of grey
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