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Old is gold. One of Kvadrat's first showrooms designed in the early 70s by Nanna Ditzel in her favourite colours pink and turquoise.

One of Kvadrat's first showrooms designed in the early by Nanna Ditzel in her favourite colours pink and turquoise.

Lifeswap? Kvadrat's 2016 ad campaign by GTF

Kvadrat's 2016 ad campaign by GTF

We asked the renowned British graphic designer Peter Saville to design a textile for us. What inspired him? The brightly coloured spray used by shepherds in stock marking

Peter Saviile interprets the brightly coloured stock markings on sheep as a kind of rural graffiti. Here for Kvadrat's Interwoven project.

Introducing The Revolving Room by Patricia Urquiola – a unique nstallation featuring Urquiola’s new textile collection for Kvadrat

In collaboration with Moroso, we introduced The Revolving Room by Patricia Urquiola – a unique and interactive installation featuring Patricia Urquiola’s new textile collection for Kvadrat.

If your Christmas mood is not set to 'On' just yet, let Léon van Roy's 'Oase' from 1970 take you there. In the early 1970s, the Belgian artist and illustrator was commisioned to create Kvadrat's visual identity, capturing the philosophy and spirit rather than the product itself.

If your Christmas mood is not set to 'On' just yet, let Léon van Roy's 'Oase' from 1970 take you there. In the early 1970s, the Belgian artist and illustrator was commisioned to create Kvadrat's visual identity, capturing the philosophy and spirit rather than the product itself.

One of Kvadrat's first showrooms designed in the early 70s by Nanna Ditzel in her favourite colours pink and turquoise.

One of Kvadrat's first showrooms designed in the early by Nanna Ditzel in her favourite colours pink and turquoise.

Production in Wooltex, northern England

Book Launch Exhibition, Interwoven – Kvadrat Textile and Design at 10 Shepherdess Walk, / London Design Festival 2013

Diving into the archives. The geometrical pattern of the Musala textile, by Danish painter Niels Nedergaard

The geometrical pattern of the Musala textile, by Danish painter Niels Nedergaard. Its tropical colours were inspired by the painter's Cairo studio.

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