Upholstery fabric per meter Kvadrat Hallingdal (58 colours)
- Ditzel, Nanna
- 1000 delivery time : 5 to 6 days
Upholstery fabric per meter Kvadrat Hallingdal (58 colours) *Required step
- Choose the color
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Kvadrat owes a large portion of its success to Hallingdal, designed by Nanna Ditzel in 1965. This classic upholstery with exceptional wearability has been continually produced ever since Kvadrat was established in 1968.
Designer and architect, Nanna Ditzel, regularly updated Hallingdal’s colour scheme. During the last revision in 2000, the palette was restored to its original core of Nanna Ditzels harmonic colour scheme. All the non-essentials were removed and a few new colours added.
Hallingdal is composed of 70% wool and 30% viscose. The qualities of the wool provide high wearability while the viscose adds brilliance and depth to the colour. Both materials have been dyed before they are spun, rendering an intense textural effect. Over the years, Kvadrat has sold more than 4 million metres of Hallingdal for both public uses in airports, trains, hospitals, etc. along with the decoration of private homes. In short, you’ll find it in places where high utility value and classical style is desired today and beyond. Nanna Ditzel received the Danish Design Centre’s Classic Prize for Hallingdal in 2001.
To help you with your choice, you can order a complete samples set : +33 (0)1 43 33 20 12
|Dimensions||130 cm wide. 795 g/ml|
|Material||70% new wool. 30% viscose. Durability : 100.000 Martindale. Dry clean.|
Denmark (1923 - 2005)
Nanna Ditzel was a furniture designer, textile- and jewellery designer. She experimented with new techniques and new materials. Bamboo and woven cane were amongst her favorite materials and in collaboration with her husband Jørgen 1946-61 she designed a range of furniture, also for infants. Nanna Ditzel designed jewellery for Georg Jensen and furniture for Frederica.She had her own studio in Copenhagen. One of her latest designs is "Bench for two" from 1989.