Tambourine Hallingdal 278309.00 EUR / m

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Product description

At Kvadrat, Minagawa is admired for his skill and the attention to detail he incorporates. He has a hugely fundamental grasp of the craftsmanship involved in textile production, weaving, printing and embroidery. Tambourine Hallingdal is characterised by tight rows of embroidered circles on Hallingdal by Nanna Ditzel.

70% new wool / 30% viscose 8 colourways 130 cm wide

Product details
Product code
9433 / 1113970
Akira Minagawa
Fabric width
130 cm
Repeat height
Weight (/m)
0.796 g/m
d H E U L
normal use
Technical specs
flame retardant
Use for
geometric, organic
  • Material: 70% wool, 30% viscose
  • Light fastness: 5
About the brand

The importance of textiles
Textiles make an impression and create atmosphere, they influence our perception of furniture and space. When we interact with furniture, upholstery completes the experience. Curtains transform rooms, they influence light and acoustics. Kvadrat is attuned to the appearance and function of textiles, to create a product that takes part in and influences modern design culture. It is our ambition to push the boundaries of textiles and of modern and contemporary design whether it be aesthetic, technological or artistic. We work closely with designers, architects and artists to achieve this.

About Kvadrat
Kvadrat was established in Denmark in 1968. The headquarters has always been located in Ebeltoft, Jutland. Kvadrat is owned and managed by the two families Rasmussen and Byriel. The second generation took over in July 2000. Kvadrat develops high quality modern textiles and textile-related products for both architects to specify in public spaces and for the private consumer for the home.

Our products reflect a commitment to colour and simplicity, along with the desire to develop textiles based on innovation and experimentation in design. Our textiles have become integral to some of the worlds most spectacular architecture and the most visionary furniture design being created today. This positioning is a huge opportunity, yet at the same time a great responsibility; a responsibility that requires us to take an active role in modern design culture and to take part in shaping and creating its future. Our fabrics are for you to innovate, to design, to create.

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