Technicolour textiles by Peter Saville for Kvadrat
Dezeen Showroom: graphic designer Peter Saville has created a collection of colourful textiles called Technicolour for Kvadrat, comprising three rugs, two curtains and upholstery fabric.
Technicolour, Saville's first-ever textile collection, was informed by the multicoloured sprays used by farmers to distinguish their sheep, which the designer likens to "rural graffiti".
"I am excited by how the collection brings the industry of the land, in raw form, into the living environment," explained Saville.
"The collection elements offer an experience of texture and colour, ranging from the expressionistic to the subliminal."
Though designed to the same theme, the different Technicolour products each have distinctive textures.
The rugs, which are either handwoven or robot-tufted, have a coarse shaggy finish with bright spots of colour, while the curtains are sleek and iridescent through the use of woven Trevira CS yarns.
The upholstery textile, which is available in 11 colours, has a coarse texture crafted using wool sourced from British sheep.
Designer: Peter Saville
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