Visual texture: Parallels fabrics by Kettal Park Life

Kettal Park Life has launched a new collection of Parallels fabrics. The collection was originally designed to be used as screens for Pavilions by Doshi Levien, who created a weave that would allow light to pass through and cast a checkered shadow pattern. They may now be applied as cushion support for the Kettal furniture.

Doshi Levien used a combination of two colors to create visual texture and align the fabrics more closely to the Kettal colorway.

Meanwhile, Jasper Morrison also launched Park Life as a family of outdoor furniture with a clean-cut profile adaptable to a range of different situations. Lightweight yet durable, Park Life is easily stacked for transport or storage.

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