Kvadrat develops designer textiles for furniture fabrics and curtains. Founded in Denmark in the 1960s, today Kvadrat holds a leading position as a primary supplier for many of the world’s most prominent architects, designers and furniture manufacturers.
Kvadrat is famous for continuously expanding the aesthetic, technological and design-related boundaries of fabrics by using textiles in the form of a new experience. The company works closely with architects, artists and designers such as Olafur Eliasson, Alfredo Häberli, Peter Saville and Tord Boontje. Kvadrat textiles are used in the Museum of Modern Art (New York), The Gherkin (London), Yves-Saint Laurent (Paris) and the Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao).
Textiles create moods, impressions and lend a certain softness to architecture, design and furnishings – a human signature. They can improve and change aesthetics, dominate an entire establishment or just set a modest tone. Textiles soften, emphasise, add colour and will always have an impact on the objects around us. Wherever we stand, sit and move, it should always be an experience.
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