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River Lea and The Thames upholstery fabrics by Designtex
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Midair by Maharam
Midair by Maharam

New York–based multimedia artist Jacob Hashimoto has translated his three-dimensional suspended installations into two woven upholstery fabrics for Maharam: Midair (shown) and Beyond. The intricacy of Midair’s 19 patterns references his expansive handmade kite sculptures; 11 tones per individual colourway (six in total) result in a nuanced exploration of opacity, transparency and neutrality.

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Rumor by Kvadrat Febrik
Rumor upholstery fabrics by Kvadrat

The complexity of Bertjan Pot’s Rumor for Kvadrat Febrik becomes more pronounced the closer you look. Using both digital photo-editing programs and traditional knitting techniques, Pot created nine energetic colourways — each comprising four different hues stitched together...

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Pleasing textures and patterns define these durable upholstery fabrics.

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