by Peter Saville

The celebrated collaboration between Kvadrat and Peter Saville opens a sensorial, thoughtful new chapter with the launch of Technicolour – a craft-orientated, sculptural collection that visually and haptically translates the industrial processes in textile production. The name relates to the spectrum of bold hues commonly used to mark flocks of sheep that are spectacularly incongruous in pastoral settings.


Colour palette

The colour palette for the upholstery textile Fleck consists of a scale of untreated wool tones and contrasting Day-Glo hues. It reflects that all the designs in the Technicolour collection offer characterful colour juxtapositions that recall the visceral dynamic between the vivid colours used to mark sheep and the foggy, earthy tones of natural fleece. This dynamic is continued in the rugs of the collection which playfully incorporates specks of vibrant contrasting colour along with natural soft hues and textures. This is complimented by the soft shine and transparant glow of the curtains Fade and Flux, which moves the collection from the grounded towards the airy and ethereal with light and bright colours.


  Mood board with textile samples and colour swatches

  Colour inspiration from Raidex sheep marking sprays

  Colour and wool samples

  Colourful wool and yarn samples

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