Diverse appearances: New textiles from Kvadrat and Maharam

New textiles from Kvadrat and Maharam
New textiles from Kvadrat and Maharam.

Danish textile maker Kvadrat partnered with Maharam in the US to release new textiles.

Naturally colored Molly 2, an update of Molly, is an upholstery textile with a simple appearance designed by Åsa Pärson. It is available in 15 colorways, of which 11 are new. It is made from Norwegian carded woolen yarn and New Zealand combed yarn. It derives its appearance from the way the yarns are mixed.

Meanwhile, designed by Scholten & Baijings for Maharam are Bright Angle, Bright Cube and Bright Grid. The 40-percent cotton, 33-percent polyester, 27-percent nylon textiles are designed to be used together to create interesting geometrical relationships. Rendered in a fluorescent spectrum of dyed nylon yarns, the series is available in five colorways.

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New textiles from Kvadrat and Maharam

New textiles from Kvadrat and Maharam

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