Multiply’s curtains are characterized by extraordinary tactility, resulting from voluminous threads flowing across flat surfaces. Enriching the materiality of the textiles, the curated colour selection provides additional distinctive elements and contributes to creating a sense of movement that permeates the whole collection.
Sen unites a play of contrasting lines with a three-dimensional, rippled matt surface and a pleasant cotton-like feel. It brings to mind the calm sense of minimalism associated with Japanese rock gardens.
Exposed to the light, Volume captures a sense of looking through frosted glass. It comes in versatile colours for every room type, from light, airy neutral shades to deep mineral tones. Moreover, it expresses these tones in an almost surreal, luminescent fashion.
Inch's graphic expression is enhanced by a characterful drape with a rustic yet airy feel. Its palette comprises a scale of atmospheric notes ranging from light to dark. It offers a subtle play of alternating lines and a sensual balance between density and transparency.
Lino Net expresses colours in a particularly characterful way. In fluid fashion, these appear to dissolve into the surrounding space. The curtain's palette comprises organic tones carefully calibrated to enhance this eye-catching effect.
Paper is a puristic, semi-transparent plain with a precise structure and the tactile expression of premium paper. It is woven from a Japanese paper yarn created from the pulp of Abaca, a species of banana. Its palette comprises a scale of lightly saturated notes shifting from warm to cool tones, which capture the freshness of writing paper.
The colour nuances and gradations, together with voluminous threads flowing across flat surfaces, continuously interact with light in shifting perspectives that add an extra layer of multidimensionality. Neutral tones are combined with bolder hues in a curated selection of complementary and contrasting shades.