Marlene CS

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Marlene CS

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.


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COMPOSITION

45% polyester (recycled) Trevira CS 55% polyester Trevira CS

Weight 70 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 300 cm

Rapport appr. 25 x appr. 8 cm

Care

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Shrinkage appr. 1%

Features

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Fabric can be fitted in either direction. Permanently flame retardant DIN 4102 - B1. With these embroideries and printed articles, the width of the pattern derivates from the width of the article. The manufacture of the article complies with the specifications of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX.

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  • Allee

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  • Balbo CS

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  • Belano FR

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