are elegant satin-woven curtains designed by Margrethe Odgaard
. They explore the relationship between stripes, colours and bindings in an intriguing, individual way.
Each side of the curtains offers a polarised mirror of the other. On one side, the weave has a subtle lustre; on the other, a more matte expression. Consequently, the designs are equally elegant and surprising whether seen from indoors or outdoors.
Margrethe Odgaard looked to classic architecture when creating the patterns for Panorama
. Specifically, she was inspired by wainscoting, which is wooden panelling installed on walls for functional and sometimes also decorative reasons.
Margrethe Odgaard: “When creating the collection, I did a lot of research into traditional interior architecture. During the baroque period in the 1700s, for instance, it was common to divide walls with profiled timber 1/3 from the floor and up. In contrast, French Modernism was characterised by extending the ceiling 1/3 down the wall. Depending on where the dividing line is set, it influences a person’s own reflection within a space and can be used to make a room look larger
Suitable for contract environments and private spaces, Panorama
share a number of colours and work particularly well together. The palettes for the curtains incorporate rich natural colours, as well as highlight tones.