radici contract presents carpets printed with chromojet technology during milan design week

radici contract presents carpets printed with chromojet technology during milan design week

italian textile floor covering producer radici contract will present its latest collection designed by architect carolina nisivoccia during salone del mobile 2019. titled la geometria della natura, the collection encompasses six designs, developed using the company’s chromojet printing system and sampling lab, which faithfully reproduces colors and graphics in rapid time and according to the user’s particular requests.

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carolina nisivoccia has drawn from nature for the abstract patterns on the carpets, which can be printed on a natural or synthetic basis. la geometria della natura comes as an addition to the numerous collections of radici contract, who has been producing textile floor coverings for home interiors, hotels, airplanes, ships, and trains since 1950. ecological, sustainable, durable, insulating, and easy to maintain, the company’s floor textiles are developed using leading technology, first-choice yarns and an aptitude for design.


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project info:


collection name: la geometria della natura

designer: carolina nisivoccia

company: radici contract

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