Published on : Friday, February 5, 2016
The French design duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have joined hands with Kvadrat to launch the textile company’s latest offering in the market. Roller Blinds allow the user to optimise their indoor climate and has been designed with the intention to enhance our inhabiting spaces with a sense of texture and appealing colour.
Roller Blinds is a made-to-order system that combines aesthetic and functional experience, created with the Bouroullec brothers’ usual attention to detail, clever solutions and sensitive colour choices. Constructed out of top quality, the blinds allow the user to control light levels, glare and temperature, and thereby ensure a consistently comfortable environment.
Kvadrat Roller Blinds works by reflecting and absorbing light to provide control over shading, glare, thermal comfort and individual needs as light conditions change. The frame and textiles come in a selection of sizes and colours. Three Kvadrat textiles – Stratus, Nimbus and Cumulus – designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec make it possible to create a discreet monochrome look or bold contrasts.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have previously collaborated with Kvadrat on many previous products and also designed the textile house’s flagship showrooms in Copenhagen and Stockholm. The renowned French designers work with many of the world’s leading design companies. At the same time, they work on experimental projects, which they consider to be essential to the development of their work, as well as occasional architectural projects.
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