MoOD is renowned for its unparalleled offers for the textile residential and contract market. New and returning exhibitors will be putting their best foot forward this September 10-12th .In the meantime, we would like to share a few of them with you. Here’s a preview of what we’ll be seeing in their booths.
The Italian firm, Pugi has already won a Trevira CS Award with JUMP, the fabric with the three-dimensional design and sound absorbing qualities.
Svensson Markspelle will be presenting unique designs for window coverings.
The technology behind Nuovi is unique to Svensson Markspelle. Nuovi has subtle perforations and an extremely thin layer of aluminum on the reverse side, giving an openness factor as high as five percent, very high reflectivity and optimal glare control.
Like the rainbow’s infinite gradations, Ara’s colors come together in the center of the fabric, flowing into each other like watercolors. The effect is glass-like, the colours playing with and deceiving the eye. One moment plain; the next, patterned. The fabric is a soft, light and hazy, inspired by Goethe’s color theory, it offers a transparent play of colors and exciting combinations
Memory is a part of the thesis work of Matilda Olsson. The surface of this digital print embraces fragments and recollections of walls from the entire world, which became an inspiration for the fabric’s graphic line pattern.
Fibertex has developed a special collection that can be used for both upholstery and wall covering. Adding to the experience are its incorporated bold colors. Seeing a growing demand for structure in wall covering, the company went in search of a technical and aesthetic solution. This brought them to the structure of broken earth and the relief this provided. By using a combination of glossy and mat materials, the effect is breathtakingly beautiful.
Digital printing is changing the way we see interior design. Some say that together with 3D printing it is the start of a new industrial revolution, that will provide a whole new economy of scale.
More and more designers are choosing digital printing for its simplicity, ease and truly custom outcome. HP is coming to MoOD and will showcase the many different ways that digital printing can be applied in interior decoration.
images courtesy of Pugi and Svensson Markspelle