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In 1997 designer Erik Ole Jørgensen created Tundra and Flora. The combination of mélange colours and weaving techniques peculiar to these two upholstery fabrics makes
them quite unique, unlike any others on the market. The collections have now been revised, and as a result, Tundra and Flora are now available in nearly twice as many
colourways as in the original collection.Tundra and Flora are made of New Zealand wool, with the raw wool being dyed in 12 bright, brilliant colours. To
achieve the coloursetting of a particular fabric, a main colour is mixed with two accent colours and toned with black or white, after which the mixture is spun into a thick
curl yarn. This method can only be used with wool, but at the same time it is a time-consuming process and one which requires an extensive knowledge of colour on the
part of the designer. For this reason, Erik Ole Jørgensen had to construct a “colour wheel” before he could systematise the possible combinations of base and accent
colours. Only then was it possible to begin the actual process of determining in what relative proportions the various colours should be combined for individual
upholstery fabrics. The two upholstery fabrics are identical in their coloursetting, but look different due to Tundra being a bouclé weave and Flora a crepe weave
Material:90% New wool, 10% Nylon

150 cm breit

Sonstiges:60.000 Martindale
Preis:auf Anfrage
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