Urban design: New Nomads collection by Teknion Textiles

Teknion Textiles launched five new fabrics that seek to interpret the fast pace and connectivity of contemporary work life. Designed by Suzanne Tick, the New Nomads collection was created to celebrate this spirit of urban life in the digital age.

Ample is a woven upholstery fabric with bold colors like Reaction (magenta) and Radioactive (red). Jetline – a digitally printed stripe vertical fabric, intended for use on wall or panel systems – has one colorful accent stripe that replicates nighttime traffic photography. Datatown is a thick boucle wall fabric available in updated neutrals. Homage, an upholstery fabric resembling tweed, also celebrates neutrals. Meanwhile, Telecity is a wall fabric with shiny metallic yarns mixed with matte chenille yarns.

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