Key facts

Mid Town - 0013
Mid Town
Kinnasand >
Order number:
6721 - 0013
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Manufacturer groups :
Fabrics-Drapery fabrics >
Fabrics-Drapery fabrics >

Product description

Width: 152cm
Colours: 3
Composition: 65% PES, 35% CO

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Kinnasand Launches New Collection: UNI/VERSE - Woven Poetry

Kinnasand launches the new UNI/VERSE - Woven Poetry collection by creative director Isa Glink. With markedly tactile textures and subtle colors, this poetry-infused textile collection offers a new interpretation of material experience in our digital times.

“Our world is becoming increasingly virtual”, says Kinnasand’s creative director Isa Glink.
“With UNI/VERSE, we have designed a textile collection featuring unexpected visual and tactile qualities that reintroduce the notion of experiencing a fabric. It was important to me that this collection would reveal the poetry of material.”

Comprising thirty-four different textiles, the curtain collection combines the poetic clarity of nordic design with the elegance of high-quality weaving. The different designs are marked by flowing colour transitions, dynamic forms and subtle monochrome shades. The UNI/VERSE collection is designed to experience the tactile qualities of textiles. The beauty of colour nuances, the interaction of light and movement and the fascinating combination of texture and material create textiles with a distinct sensual quality.

Differently constructed yarns and different weaving techniques combine to create designs that display seemingly opposite qualities such as lustre and mattness, transparency and density, stillness and movement. The structures and textures form a whole.


Horizontal stripes as a shimmering centre frieze, broken up by contrasting fine lines – MID TOWN is characterised by a typical Nordic design language. The laminated, printed fabric with real mother of pearl shines in metallic pastel shades and can be combined with DOWN TOWN. The motif is first printed with an adhesive paste. A coloured mother of pearl foil is then transferred onto the printed areas using heat and print rollers.