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Interwoven: the Fabric of Things
Stories and commentaries from contemporary culture Kvadrat Interwoven is an online magazine dedicated to telling stories about contemporary culture from an independent, in-depth and critical point of view. Opinionated by design, Interwoven gives its authors carte blanche to create content for the ma
Divina: Every colour is divine
In celebration of Divina, one of its most iconic textiles, Kvadrat invited 22 international designers to reinterpret the fabric in the context of contemporary design and to create a one-of-a-kind piece. Designers selected for the Divina exhibition include Lindsey Adelman, Werner Aisslinger, Anton Al
Kvadrat and Raf Simons
The Kvadrat/Raf Simons collection brings the acclaimed designer’s exceptional sense of style to the home. Distinguished by the innovative blending of colour and materials for which he is known in the fashion world, Raf Simons’s first collection of textiles and accessories for the home is
The Wool Parade
The Wool Parade is a playful installation created by the acclaimed design studio Doshi Levien. The upholstered objects are inspired by the avant-garde partys and architectural theatre costumes from the early Bauhaus period, and highlight the unique qualities of wool. The Wool Parade challenges perce
Kvadrat Soft Cells
Kvadrat Soft Cells are patented acoustic panels that deliver a uniquely pure aesthetic. Soft Cells enable our clients to create acoustically optimised environments that promote productivity and well-being without compromising on appearance or interior design. Soft Cells are suitable as building com
Danskina
Danskina rugs by Kvadrat combine craftsmanship, premium-quality materials and innovative design in a unique collection of floor coverings. Colour, texture and structure characterise these pattern-free rugs. In pursuit of the very best results, we have revived long lost production methods as well as
Clouds
Clouds are a sophisticated interior concept, designed by internationally acclaimed designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in collaboration with Kvadrat. Each Cloud is constructed, by the consumer, from a number of connecting textile tiles. Clouds have many uses; they can be hung from a wall or ceilin
Maharam
The longstanding partnership between Kvadrat and Maharam is founded on a shared philosophy of design innovation and service excellence. Together we offer the largest range of textiles available worldwide. Maharam represents Kvadrat in North America while Kvadrat represents Maharam in Europe. The t
Kinnasand
Acquired by Kvadrat in 2012, Kinnasand was founded in Kinna, Sweden over 200 years ago. The company collaborates with leading designers to produce ranges of premium quality decorative and furnishing textiles, which are characterised by a distinctively Scandinavian design language. Acclaimed designer
Ready Made Curtain
Ready Made Curtain by Kvadrat offers a flexible and easy-to-install curtain system with a personal touch. Ready Made Curtain brings together all elements required to create individual design curtains: hanging mechanism and cord, pegs and a selection of Kvadrat textiles. The concept allows to choose
Waterborn
Kvadrat has collaborated with a roster of leading international designers and furniture manufacturers for ‘Waterborn Icons’, a design project, which explores applications of the microfibre textile Waterborn.For this initiative, 17 iconic pieces of furniture have been upholstered with the fabric
Hallingdal 65
To celebrate the longevity and success of Hallingdal, Kvadrat invited emerging designers to create works using the textile. They were selected, by seven curators acting under guidance from Patrizia Moroso and Giulio Ridolfo, from studios that represent the best of their region. Hailing from the Uni
Textile Field
In response to an invitation from Kvadrat, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec created the site-specific installation 'Textile Field' for the 2011 London Design Festival. 'Textile Field' was situated in the Raphael Gallery of the Victoria and Albert Museum. Measuring 30m long by 8m wide, 'Textile Field' cre