ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat
mar 24, 2014

ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat

ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat
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the bouroullec brothers present their latest collaboration with danish company kvadrat; canal, moraine and gravel – three collections of three dimensional knitted and stretch upholstery fabric for the occasion of salone del mobile 2014. constructed using double jersey knits, the series of textiles reveal new surfaces in its slightly quilted form, combining the flexibility properties and firmness necessary to upholster a variety of shapes by using less stitching points.

ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat

the knitted front layers are made from fine melange wool and polyester yarns, which combines dark and light fibers

ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat

 the knitted back layer is made from uni-colored polyester yarns, with color accents

ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat

the collection creates a sense of tactile playfulness – a rich play of warm, delicate and irregular color nuances

ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat
canal, moraine and gravel fabric collection for kvadrat

ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat

ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat

ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat

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ronan + erwan bouroullec develop 3D knitted and stretch fabric for kvadrat
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