by Anna Moldenhauer | 5/29/2019
What do Scandinavia and Japan have in common? And why is a chair from the sea causing a stir? These are the topics of this year’s 3daysofdesign.
Still is a natural-looking, exceptionally soft Chenille upholstery textile designed by Georgina Wright. Dynamic yet understated, it is inspired by the Still-life paintings of British artist Ivon Hitchens. Constructed from Chenille yarn, Still has a striated expression that runs in the direction of the weft. It also features a subtle matt sheen and the dry-hand feel typically associated with cotton, despite being crafted from man-made fibres.
The palette for Still unites elegant dusty tones, refined neutrals and highlight notes, such as vermillion and peachy orange. Georgina Wright created these hues after studying the paintings of Ivon Hitchens.
Georgina Wright: “Ivon Hitchens’ panoramic paintings are directly derived from landscape views. When applied to a textile, his colour universe adds a new layer to the totality of the design.”
Still is durable and flame-retardant. As a result, it is well-suited to both public and private spaces.
|Flame resistance||flame retardant|
|Fabric width||to 160 cm|
|Material||specialty fiber (Trevira CS)|
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