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.
A conversation with Georgina Wright
Georgina Wright combines fine art and weaving in her work as a textile designer. We visited her beautiful countryside studio to talk about the Skye textile.
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.
Kelim Patterns by Kinnasand
Kelim Patterns adds a fresh, contemporary perspective to the sensuous world of Kinnasand Kelim rugs. It comprises four designs: Kelim Pattern Cape, Resort, Shimi and Twin Set. Each of them is available in three colourways, characterised by dynamic dialogues between pattern, colour and weaving structure.
Launching new colours for Divina Melange
During this year's fair in Milan, we are presenting an updated colour scheme of Divina Melange. The palette has been carefully picked, based on the designer’s personal colour library – a vast collection of hand-painted samples that document each and every colour used in Finn Sködt’s works as a painter over the past decades.
Divina Melange 3 will soon be available in the Kvadratshop
Crafted using 45% recycled wool, Re-wool is a rich upholstery textile with a sustainable profile. The textile is partly made by reusing scraps from Kvadrat’s yarn spinners in the UK. It is designed by Margrethe Odgaard.
The colours for the Re-wool palette are all picked from Margrethe Odgaard’s ‘Shades of the Nordic Spectrum’ collection of hand-painted samples.