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  • Alon

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    Rooted in nature. Like a soft, springy forest floor covered in fallen leaves upholstery fabric Alon creates a relaxed atmosphere that automatically triggers a sigh of relief. Its relief foliage designed in piqué technology gives the all-over fabric a natural, lively touch exuding exclusivity both in visual and tactile terms. 60,000 Martindale rubs ensure robust everyday suitability. Supplied in eight natural tones it brings the warmth of a summer?s day by the seaside into interiors – while making a soft to distinct statement depending on its colour intensity.

  • Arik

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    Cool Wool. Arik is a natural talent. Both lightweight, rugged with 35,000 Martindale rubs and easy-care it serves both as an elegant upholstery fabric and as a furnishing fabric with a beautiful drape and attractive reverse. Made of 100% wool it controls moisture and heat and can therefore contribute to the improvement of the indoor climate. With its soft feel it is also pleasant to touch. The cubic-abstract all-over design thrives on the contrast between warp and weft and – depending on the colour combination – produces either a modern Scandinavian effect or a charming retro look.

  • Ashley

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    The textile key to enchanted gardens. This opulent furnishing fabric spreads shiny foliage motifs with an almost photorealistic feel onto its diffuse background. All in line with the collection motto observers are whisked away to explore magical natural sceneries. They can choose from four colour worlds corresponding to the seasons – from delicate green spring to the warm colours of summer and from the earthy copper shades of autumn to the silvery hoarfrost of winter.

  • Balbo CS

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    To the point. These organic-looking dot elements were conceived by Bodo Sperlein and have their origin in the designer’s own handprint. A reference to nature and craftsmanship is also exuded by the textile interpretation of the motif. The dotting in this semi-transparent drapery fabric looks crosshatched and is as individual in its outline as its natural prototype. In five soft non-colours, this Trevira CS fabric adds a finely measured touch of exuberance in the contract sector.

  • Bente

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    Upgrade for a classic. Bente re-interprets the pinstripes known from men?s suits as a versatile soft furnishing fabric. As homely as it is abrasion-resistant, this 100% wool fabric “dresses” upholstered furniture in a timelessly beautiful way and is also suitable for draperies with an attractive double-face effect. It scores points with its indoor-climate improving properties and is even machine-washable on a wool cycle. Bente lends itself to numerous furnishing ideas – either in a straightforward solo appearance or in concert with Arik for a harmonious mixture of wool fabrics. The carefully coordinated colour scale always strikes the right note.

  • Blast

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    The elementary art of interiors. This expressive, large-format design care of Bodo Sperlein has its creative roots in Vorticism, a specifically English contribution to Modernism. Parallel to Cubism, this art form emerged in the early 20th century. Bodo Sperlein has now reinterpreted it for our millennium. As a generous jacquard pattern on a very fine thread cotton base, Blast’s Vorticist Cubist motif reveals its graphic effect in situ convincing us as a flambuoyant eyecatcher.

  • Blitz

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    A flash of textile brilliance. In the same fabric quality as Blast, Bodo Sperlein’s Blitz also displays cubic forms strung together like collages to form an all-over pattern. The jagged shape of its blitz-like lightening radiates sheer energy looking almost like stylised graffiti. Its two colours in three soft colour combinations give the sizable jacquard made of fine-threaded cotton an optical presence without overemphasising the pattern.

  • Cosy

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    With upholstery fabric Cosy the name says it all: with an exclusive knitted look and a pleasantly natural touch it links modernity with cosiness. Cosy’s thoroughly homely colour range features eleven softly subdued shades given a contemporary statement by the fabric’s distinct texture. The 140 cm wide, hard-wearing mixture of wool and man-made fibre makes for versatile impressions in interiors both as a stand-alone soft furnishing or in combination with other furnishing fabrics.

  • Elsa CS

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    The surface structure of Elsa CS resembles brush strokes on canvas. A semi-transparent, 320 centimetres wide fabric with varying density, fantastic for spacious living areas or as a room divider for retail projects. Its processed Trevira CS yarns are permanently flame retardant, washable and highly lightfast.

  • Foglia

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    Foglia is a great experience for all senses! Thanks to its linen and cotton content, the three-dimensional, imprint-like structure has a fascinating yet natural feel. Foglia is 320 centimetres wide and ideal for nature-inspired window decorations.

  • Keno

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    Like crashing waves. Stones washed by the sea serve as an inspiration for Keno?s abstract pattern. This warp printed woven with a bouclé yarn charmingly toys with the contrast between matt, white surface textures and a coloured, softly shiny background. The latter presents one of five subdued sand and sea colours in various intensities, as produced by the refraction of water. The yarn grain provides this double-faced furnishing fabric with its delicate look and feel reminiscent of fine sand, which looks particularly striking when backlit.

  • Liko CS

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    For rooms with a view. Semi-transparent stripes in Liko CS’ jacquard pattern produce a smart window-blind effect where the floral “vistas” appear as if filtered by a filigree grid. The blossoms interspersed with this ?window-blind hatching? in light brushstrokes look as if blown by the wind. Depending on which face of the fabric is used these either stand out pale against a darker background or dark against a lighter one. The versatile colour scale of this double-face furnishing fabric fit for contract interiors ranges from sheer natural tones to dark ink blue and black.

  • Lucia CS

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    The “textile light figure”. Lucia CS provides interiors with an exclusive air. This jacquard in Trevira CS appears like a combination of silk and linen with its elegant, heavy drape. Dots in a matt weft yarn stand out three-dimensionally from the shimmering background and arouse associations with crescent moons due to their semi-circle array. With lively panache Lucia CS carries over their radiant energy to interiors. Eight background colours ranging from pastel shades to navy and graphite make the dots that are one nuance darker look especially three-dimensional.

  • Patina

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    Decoration fabric Patina, baroque by design, captivates through the picturesque character of its pattern. The inspiration came from Venetian marble, whose colour gradients were abstracted and translated in a softly flowing fabric. All five colour hues of the sophisticated Scherli, designed as double-face, are reversible. The metallic coloured weft threads in copper and gold can be staged either as highlights or on a large area. The product made of 100% polyester in 140 cm width is washable.

  • Pina

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    Fluffy as a fun factor. Pina varies the dot theme all naturally on a semi-transparent linen background. Featuring two mini pompons each, the irregularly placed Fil-coupé appeals to both the eye and the fingertips while spreading an upbeat atmosphere in the room. Ivory, sand and grey as finely dosed colour alternatives revisit the fabric classic for a fresh new contemporary revival. A fabric that combines warmth and homeliness with a playful, modern appearance and easy-care washability.

  • Pinati

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    Right to the point. For this modern twist on the classic Plumetis jacquard dots “dance” out of step with consummate ease. The fancy yarn this Fil-coupé is woven from “blows up” its clipped threads in a pompon style – anew after each washing. This provides the pattern on the transparent base fabric with both visually and haptically appealing three-dimensionality. In three soft non-colours Pinati gets right to the decorative point for modern window design in a featherweight way.

  • Savo

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    Ebb and (colour) flow. Savo?s Ikat look is reminiscent of the traces the tide leaves on the beach as it goes out. The lighter part of the two-tone fabric represents the dry sand here, while the colour graduations appear as if intensified by water. A transition that corresponds to the material changeover from pale linen to coloured wool. The two deliberately clash in the middle of the 320 cm wide double-face fabric allowing decorators to individually decide on how high the ?tide? in eight soft shades can rise.

  • Tropea

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    A textile companion through all the tides. Curves as if painted by the wind in the sand unfold in soft high and low textures. With these Tropea flatters both eyes and fingertips alike. An upholstery fabric suitable for both outdoor and indoor use that sets itself apart with high light-fast and easy-care properties. The bouclé pattern stands out against the pale background in six colours, featuring strong contrasts for outdoor and soft graduated shades for indoor applications.