Erbaluce fabric by Dedar used as seating upholstery

Erbaluce fabric collection by Dedar

Dezeen Showroom: Italian textile brand Dedar has launched Erbaluce, a fabric collection that translates contemporary patterns via traditional Jacquard weaving techniques.

The Erbaluce family, which forms part of Dedar's Contemporary Archives collection, encompasses three different blurred camouflage patterns that can be applied to both curtains and upholstery.

Erbaluce fabric by Dedar used as seating upholstery
The material is available in three colourways

"The camouflage pattern discovers a new dimension and encounters the tapestry tradition in a motif that is both figurative and abstract," Dedar said.

Erbaluce comes in three distinct colourways, incorporating neutral and earthy tones in varying levels of saturation.

Erbaluce fabric by Dedar used as seating upholstery
Each is made from five different coloured threads

Each fabric is made from five different coloured threads that are woven together using a Jacquard loom, incorporating a mix of techniques and references.

"Their connective thread is the union between a lively personality and great textile know-how," said the brand.

Product: Erbaluce textiles
Brand: Dedar
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