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Jaali by Doshi Levien

Jaali is an architectural woollen upholstery textile designed by Doshi Levien, which fuses pattern and texture to intriguing effect. Viewed from close-up, it reveals a fine net-like grid of hexagonal shapes. However, when seen from a distance, this pattern takes on the expression of a textured structure.

New Bold and Duotone colours

Welcoming two new variations of the design, Bold Block and Bold Melange, along with a new palette of ranging from turmeric to an earthy brick red, Bold continues to define warmth and tactility which according to Hella Jongerius are “the most important and best known characteristics of a rug.”


Kvadrat opens second residential showroom in Paris

Following the successful opening of Kvadrat at Home in London’s Chelsea Harbour during London Design Festival, Kvadrat launches a new residential focused venue in the heart of the French capital. Kvadrat furnishing fabrics, curtains and rugs have graced some of the world’s most beautiful homes for many years.

This October, we have opened our second residential showroom focusing on our high-end offering of upholstery and curtain textiles as well as rugs and accessories for the home. Located in Rue du Mail in Paris, the elegant and sophisticated space features the full offering of the residential brands: Sahco, Kvadrat/Raf Simons, Kinnasand, and Kvadrat rugs.


Alfredo Häberli

The Argentine-Swiss designer Alfredo Häberli gets his inspiration and ideas from everyday life. He collects themes that may have potential, and a product must materialise in just three to five sentences in order for the idea to be clear and applicable.⁠

Re-wool, a recycled upholstery textile

Made from 45% recycled wool, we present Re-wool – a sustainable upholstery by Margrethe Odgaard made partly from scraps from our own production.

The making of a rug, from Paris to Nepal

Come with us when we visit Studio Bouroullec in Paris and our weaving factory in Nepal to see the Semis rug come to life.

Giulio Ridolfo presents his world of colours

We talked to Italian designer Giulio Ridolfo on the use of colours in his textile collections for Kvadrat.