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  • Alva FR

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    Woven air. This is as sheer as it gets in textile window drapes. The single-coloured gauze Alva FR fuses feather-weight transparency with ingeniously iridescent colour schemes. Different colour combinations in warp and weft shimmer in a plethora of nuances when hit by light while a carefully selected scale of non-colours and discreet pastel shades make for modern elegance. This double-width fabric with an organza feel combines a visual “breath of nothing” with a pleasantly dimmed incidence of light in residential and contract interiors.

  • Boom

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    Woollen and sustainable. The Bodo Sperlein edition for nya nordiska is rounded off by Boom, an innovative upholstery fabric that can also serve as a heavy drapery. The print design on recycled wool combines the look and feel of its natural material with a sense of sustainability. Combined with a synthetic fibre component, this drapery and upholstery fabric boasts exceptional durability. Its graphic design corresponds to that of Blitz and can be made up without pattern repeats.

  • Marla CS

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    A textile phoenix. The finely textured, easy-care plain-coloured Marla CS is composed of 50% Trevira CS yarn made from recycled PET bottles. The properties and quality of this fabric are identical to those obtained through production with normal polyester. The energy required and environmental burden generated by the manufacturing process, however, are considerably lower. Made up as a curtain and roman blind this double-width fabric in five modern tones brings transparent lightness to interiors qualifying for both residential and contract assignments with its certified flame-retardancy. So Marla CS combines versatile applications with smart resource-saving production.

  • Marlene CS

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    A sustainable gem. Marlene CS captivates us with gently shimmering embroidery in Trevira CS yarn in the form of curved lines that appear as if sketched by hand. The base fabric is Uni Marla CS produced with Trevira CS yarn obtained from recycled PET bottles. The modern combo of “Art to Use” and crafts-manship makes Marlene CS a typical nya nordiska design. Either tone-on-tone or featuring multi-coloured embroidery on a silvery grey or white background, this soft drapery fabric, which is fit for contract applications, perfectly blends in with contemporary architecture – both on its own or in combination with Marla CS.