Textile Clouds

It all started when danish textile manufacturer Kvadrat commissioned the Bouroullec brothers to create a showroom where the textiles would be part of the room. The french brothers conceived a modular system of fabric walls, the North Tiles.
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Kvadrat Cloud

Clouds is the commercial evolution of this project, a new product typology that creates a three-dimensional dress for interiors, but that can also be an sculptural space divider or whatever your imagination suggests. 
The beauty of this innovative interlocking tile system is in the complexity of the geometric multiplication and in the powerful colours of Kvadrat textiles and their endless combinations.
The basic module is a triangular based piece made of padded Kvadrat textiles with a series of lateral wings; a custom rubber band fastens the edges of the tiles together in whatever conformation you'd like it to have. Distributed by Ligne Roset, the box of 24 pieces costs about 700 euro. 

Kvadrat Cloud
  Kvadrat Cloud
  Kvadrat Cloud

Kvadrat Cloud

Kvadrat Cloud

Clouds 
Company: Kvadrat
Year: 2008
Materials: Kvadrat textiles and custom rubber band
 

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