Lia-palace fabric

Tue 10 2006

lia-palace-fabric-1.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005lia-palace-fabric-2.jpg

In-house design: Design-Team Nya Nordiska

Lia fabric has a paper-like appearance (which creates a perfect base for embroidery). The fabric is designed using stark contrasts – embroidery on a high-tech base. The colours range in black-white-grey.

CLOU fabric

Tue 10 2006

clou-fabric.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

In-house design: Design-Team Nya Nordiska

This fabric is dominated by a large number of dots, put together like beads and placed all over the surface. There is also a bright glossy polyester base which is shining through the dots. “CLOU” has a three-dimensionality appearance.

Andorra fabric

Tue 10 2006

andorra-fabric.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

In-house design: Nya Nordiska Textiles GmbH

For this decoration, a horizontal cording stripes slide across a semi-transparent fabric. The colour range starts from Cool (black-white-grey) and ends in Hot (red-golden).

Tiburon fabric

Tue 10 2006

tiburon-fabric.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2006

In-house design: Nya Nordiska Textiles GmbH

This fabric consists of a combination between two interwoven ribbons one matt and the other in gleaming metal. The combination of narrow tapes becomes a wave, which is visible even when back-lit.

table-cloth-table-shapes.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2006

Design: Chris Kabel

Table cloth suitable for different table shapes. The paper patterns for the various shapes form a decorative interplay of lines. The patterns have been executed in different kinds of dotted lines, varying from small holes to long streaks and from thin lines to broad stripes.

Swirl fabric

Tue 10 2006

swirl-fabric.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2006

Design: Marty Lamers

The Swirl fabric is produced by using a double weaving technique. This fabric has a three-dimensional character highlighted by the partly changing colours.

Score fabric

Tue 10 2006

score-fabric.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2006

Design: Marty Lamers

The Score fabric is made of two different basic materials: organza and round-hole tulle. It`s a young dynamic double fabric that is remarcable by its three-dimensional “play” and its free-spirited character.

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