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This three-dimensional high-tech acoustic textile can be used as wall covering, dividing screen or autonomous interior object. The base material is wool, combined with other materials such as metals. The fabrics are made with a patented weaving technology to create an extreme three-dimensional effect. They are decorative with high acoustic performance, and most fabrics are two-sided. The contrast of the different materials emphasizes the difference between high-tech and natural, technical and handicraft. The Architextile collection consists of a number of fixed patterns: TERO, SELO, FLORO, ONDO and OVALO.
The width of the fabrics is 1.2 m and various compositions are possible. The fabrics are not in stock, but are produced exclusively on commission.