Kvadrat Textile

Since the middle of the 19th century, Moss Brothers had been weavers and converters of corduroy and moleskin fabric. About the turn of the century The English Velvet Cord Dyeing Company moved into the district and took over some of the local dyeing firms. Fearing the prospect of a monopoly in the dyeing trade, which could be to their disadvantage, several clothing companies got together along with the largest dyers in the district, Moss Bros.Ltd. with their extensive dye works at Bridgeroyd. Together they formed The English Fustian Manufacturing Company Ltd. on 13th February 1901.
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Divina 3

This wool from Kvadrat is originally made for furnitures, with a martindale of 100 000. The technique is called plain weave, making it strong and hard-wearing, with the initial intention for people to sit on it over and over again.

100% Wool
Complies with EU ecolabel "The Flower"
560
 G/M2
Produced in 
Great Britain
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Vidar 3

The textile is designed by Raf Simons for Kvadrat. The 100.000 Martindale makes it 10 times more durable than normal fabrics. It still has an elegant and lightweight expression.

95% Wool, 5% Nylon
Natural fibres / Sustainable resource
546
 G/M2
Produced in 
Norway
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Forest Nap

This wool is initially made for furnitures, making it very durable with its high Martindale. Designed by Akira Minagawa for Danish company Kvadrat.

95% Wool, 5% Nylon
Complies with EU ecolabel "The Flower"
310
 G/M2
Produced in 
Great Britain
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