Alfredo Häberli for Kvadrat
By Heloisa Righetto

Argentine-Swiss designer Alfredo Häberli has designed a new collection of knitted textiles for Kvadrat, which was launched at this year’s London Design Festival. Häberli’s third …

Nov 25, 2014
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Argentine-Swiss designer Alfredo Häberli has designed a new collection of knitted textiles for Kvadrat, which was launched at this year’s London Design Festival.

Häberli’s third collaboration with the Danish textile company comprises four ranges: Nebula, Nadir and Galaxy, as well as Eclipse, a blackout curtain. The designer drew inspiration from details in a floral Japanese picture and clusters of stars to develop the products.

“All the designs are very different but are nevertheless interrelated due to their specific colouring,” explains Häberli. The products have contrasting and tone-on-tone hues, which range from bright to earthy. Though their respective colourways are distinct from each other, they are linked by the colours of one or more yarns.

– Heloisa Righetto 


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