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KVADRAT – Divina / Salone Del Mobile Milano 2014

Apr 22, 2014
Divina, the most iconic textile of Kvadrat – European leader of design textiles – has been celebrated in Milan during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile few weeks ago.For the special occasion, Kvadrat invited 22 international designers to create their own one-off piece with this smoothy coloured...
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Divina, the most iconic textile of Kvadrat – European leader of design textiles – has been celebrated in Milan during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile few weeks ago.


For the special occasion, Kvadrat invited 22 international designers to create their own one-off piece with this smoothy coloured textile. So you may have seen the amazing interpretations of François Dumas, Lindsey Adelman or Richard Hutten.

Layers Cloud Chair – Richard Hutten

Divina is known for its incredible range of colors, available in three variations : Divina – Divina Melange – Divina MD

“Every colour is divine if you ask me, every colour is nice. It’s only a question of using them right or wrong.” says Finn Sködt, the Danish painter and graphic artist who created it for the first time in 1984. Since updated, it’s one of the finest products in Kvadrat’s range.

‘Divina – Every colour is divine’ during Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2014 from Kvadrat on Vimeo.

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