Refreshing alternatives: Kvadrat’s collection of textiles and accessories

Kvadrat launched its latest collection of textiles and accessories, created in collaboration with Belgian fashion designer and creative director of Dior Women, Raf Simons. 

Inspired by the work of mid-century modern furniture designers such as Jean Royère, Pierre Jeanneret, Finn Juhl and Hans Wegner, Simons chose to offer a refreshing alternative to the flat woven textiles commonly used in contemporary upholstery, with a collection of textured fabrics that bring a new tactility to furnishings. Simons’ first collection of textiles and accessories for the home was described as both sophisticated and playful. Composed of 11 core textile designs in diverse yet complementary tones, weaves and textures, the new Raf Simons collection is suitable for use in a variety of interiors. The collection also includes pillows and throws created by Simons using key textiles from the range.

Kvadrat was established in Denmark in 1968.

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