Acclaimed designer Patricia Urquiola has created her first collection for Kvadrat. This consists of several abstract designs, which combine sophisticated colours, tactility and a strong sense of depth and volume.
The designs’ inherent ‘randomness’ combines with a certain order and continuity within the process of textile production. These themes refer to a fluid and connected universe.
Thanks to their individuality and lively expressions, the textiles in the Urquiola collection are ideal for hospitality venues and private homes.
Drops is a curtain that particularly stands out for its tactility and elegant interplay of colours. It features a double yarn intertwined in a looped manner and set against a white, grey or black transparent background. Woven drops slightly protrude from the surface of the stripes, and appear to ‘flow’ over the textile.
The colourways for Drops include understated, natural tones, such as pale grey, aubergine and earth brown, as well as more luminous tones, such as yellow and pink. When the curtain is draped, or viewed from different angles, these different colour-settings combine to create a variety of subtle yet striking nuances. The colour of the background also appears to change depending on the way the stripes combine colours.
100% Trevira CS
310 cm wide
Designer: Patricia Urquiola
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