by Martina Metzner | 2/18/2014
Acclaimed designer Patricia Urquiola has created her first collection for Kvadrat. This consists of several abstract designs, which combine sophisticated colours, tactility and a strong sense of depth and volume Upholstery fabrics Grid 1+2 are made from new wool, which is soft, smooth and has an elegant lustre. This adds a classical dimension to the look of the textiles which, combined with their contemporary patterns and distinctive colours, creates an intriguingly ‘edgy’ look.
The patterns of the textiles are related: Grid 1 is based only on a grid while Grid 2 contains a digital motif inserted within the grid. They comprise different shapes, which are in a contrasting colour to the background. These emerge in an irregular way from the fabric. Whereas the pattern for Grid 1 is more structured and consistent, with more regular blocks and shapes, the pattern for Grid 2 seems more complex and variable. The 20 colourways of Grid 1+2 combine understated hues, such as cream, with bright hues, such as orange. Whilst the textiles do not share colours, the colourways complement each other very well.
|Colors||shades of yellow
shades of orange
shades of blue
shades of green
shades of grey
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