Felty Furniture: Hospitality Trend

Felty Furniture: Hospitality Trend

Boasting excellent eco-friendly credentials, felt is a versatile and durable material that brings tactility, color and playfulness to furniture design.

[caption id="attachment_95034" align="alignnone" width="546"]Werner Aisslinger for Kvadrat Werner Aisslinger for Kvadrat[/caption]

At this year's Milan furniture fair, Danish fabric brand Kvadrat, created a special exhibition to celebrate their Divina fabric - a a 100% wool felt. Twenty-two international designers were invited to design a piece of furniture or lighting using the fabric, which comes in a stunning array of fifty-six different shades.

Felt Series by Reed and Delphine Krakoff for Established and Sons

Also presented at this year's furniture fair, the felt series of chairs were designed for British brand Established & Sons by husband and wife duo Reed and Delphine Krakoff. Originally designed in 2010 for
Krakoff's own fashion boutiques, the chairs translate the trend for felt from the catwalk into the interior.

Antibodi Chaise Longue by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso

Combining a lounge chair with a chaise longue, the Antibodi designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso has a metal frame upholstered in wool, leather and felt. The fully removable fabrics are sewn in triangular shapes that resemble petals of a flower.

Kulle lumpy day bed by Stefanie Schissler

Young German designer Stefanie Schissler's Kulle day bed has a undulating, squishy surface that's created by stretching boiled wool over different densities and heights of upholstery foam.

Offecct Notes by Luca Nichetto

Luca Nichetto's Notes acoustic panels for Swedish brand Offecct Lab are made from recyclable felt made of waste sourced from upholstery factories.

Posted May 14, 2014 by Editor

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