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Zorluteks: The first firm that has AEO certificate for home textiles


One of the largest home textiles producers in the world, Zorluteks was registered as having authorized mandated status document that facilitates procedures and documentation operations in customs worldwide.

A major producer of draperies and home textile products, having great factories and powerful brands, Zorluteks has become more powerful and prestigious company in customs worldwide with this authorized mandatory status certification that documents that all required standards in terms of transparency, accountability, responsibility and safety are met by the company.

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The status and certificate have been operational in 46 countries in EU, America, South Korea, Japan and others. The certification has been in process since 2013 in Turkey. The status provides several utility and exclusivity to the relevant firms in their customs procedures who met the mandatory conditions for their recording and documentation systems, their accountability, financial limits, safety and security standards.

#zorluteks, #AEO, #home, #textiles

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Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles attracted more trade buyers this year resulting in strong business outcomes


Overseas exhibitors found the fair an effective platform to open up the Asian market. Led by UTIB (Uludag Textile Exporters’ Association), Turkey had a professional and the largest national pavilion with the latest textile trends

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The 23rd edition of Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles is over, with both exhibitors and buyers satisfied with the business outcomes resulting from the fair’s four days. The largest home textiles trading event in Asia was held from 23 – 26 August, attracting 1,106 exhibitors from 30 countries and regions. Given the strengthening market conditions in China the fair maintained its popularity, with the number of trade buyers increasing to 38,964 from 99 countries and regions (2016: 37,779 from 98 countries and regions). The show also attracted more international buyers this edition, with a 16% increase in those coming from abroad. “Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles has once again proven its leading position in Asia as a business and order platform for the industry. There was a noticeable positivity from both exhibitors and buyers this edition regarding the current and future situation of the domestic market, so we are optimistic about the industry for the next year,” Ms Wendy Wen, Senior General Manager of Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd said.

Overseas exhibitors found the fair an effective platform to open up the Asian market

As the leading event of its kind in the region, the fair successfully attracts a number of Chinese and Asian buyers every year, ensuring suppliers can develop their business further in the region. This year, seven country and region pavilions including Belgium, India, Korea, Morocco, Pakistan, Taiwan and Turkey were formed, with exhibitors from all of satisfied they could meet their target buyers.

While being in the minority at the fair, European brands still managed to catch the attention of visitors due to strong interest in their products from Asia. The Italian upholstery supplier Enzo Degli Angiuoni Spa was satisfied with the number of Asian buyers, particularly Chinese, that they met at the fair. Mr Stefano Laurenzano, Export Area Manager expressed: “A lot of visitors that saw us here last year have come back again and are serious about cooperating with us. Here you can get a lot of new contacts and discover the Asian market. We’ve had mainly Chinese buyers, but have had more Asian buyers from South Korea, India, Malaysia and elsewhere to visit us this year. We are seeing more business here in recent years.”Being a newcomer to the fair, Iceland Duvet ehf felt the potential in China. “We’ve had enough buyers including retailers and manufacturers visiting our booth to make our participation worthwhile. The interest from the buyers has been genuine. Being a European brand helps more than at fairs in Europe as we can stand out more here,” Mr Ragnar Ludvik Runarsson, representative said.

Indian exhibitor, Paramount Textile Mills Ltd has been joining the fair for three years. “Apart from meeting our existing customers, we’ve had enquiries from potential new customers from China as well as overseas including the US and South America,” Mr Ram. M., Director of Marketing & Finance said.

Also with three years’ participation, Mr Samir Tazi, General Manager of PIF Textile Emotions from Morocco affirmed the show’s effectiveness in meeting important buyers and decision makers. “It’s easier for us to meet them here compared with some smaller European fairs. Thanks to Intertextile Shanghai, we have also met the major players in China.” Talking about this year’s result, he continued: “We were very busy. We met with more people than any other fairs. There are a lot of new buyers and also returning buyers checking out our new products.”

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Participating in the Korea Pavilion, Sangwon Textile Co Ltd found the fair helpful in attracting distributors and wholesalers from Southeast Asia. Mr Jeon Hyeon Tae, Sales Manager said: “We have found about five potential and quality distributors from Taiwan, India, Philippines and Singapore on the first day. We also got to meet a number of wholesalers who prefer to buy from us directly at the fair.” He added that Intertextile Shanghai is also an ideal platform to launch new products for their existing clients.

As the largest pavilion this year, the Turkey Pavilion was in the limelight of the show, with both new and veteran exhibitors finding it useful to exhibit in Intertextile Shanghai. Bezmez Ev Tekstil did not intend to receive any orders in their first show, but was surprised to obtain three in just one day. These concrete results reassured their likelihood of coming back next year. “We definitely see the potential for Turkish products here in China as Chinese companies prefer quality products nowadays,” Mr Ayhan Bezmez, representative, further commented. Mr Fahri Goksin, Vice President of Gokhan Tekstil agreed with Mr Bezmez that Chinese buyers are in favour of new things like imported goods and Western brands. His company has been in the Shanghai fair for six years and continued to get satisfactory results. “We’re looking for retailers, wholesalers and online buyers. We’ve had all of these visiting our booth already.”

Domestic exhibitors satisfied with the number of potential customers and orders received

Recently, there is strong signs suggesting that the home textiles market in China is recovering with both imports and exports rising gradually. The positive outcome that Chinese exhibitors achieved at the August’s fair have resonated with the market condition. It is no surprise to see a number of domestic booths packed with visitors throughout the days. SohoCUT is a case in point. To them, Intertextile Shanghai is the place for actual business. “Compared with other fairs we’ve been to, this is the exhibition where a huge number of international buyers gather. We met buyers from China, Mexico, Russia, the US, India and Southeast Asia. We even got large orders for the first two days.” Mr Wheatley Weng, Managing Director said.

The fabrics of Wujiang Linwang Weaving Mill is also sought after at the fair. Being a company that do both exports and domestic trade, they are happy to connect with local and overseas customers during the show. “We’ve collected around 100 leads on the first day, of which 70% are domestic and the remaining being international. The overseas visitors are from Italy, Poland, Germany, Denmark, Chile and Korea that our products precisely meet their requirement. We see high chances of cooperation after the fair.” Mr Kenny, Sales Manager said.

Given the prevailing smart home concept in China, Somfy China Co Ltd which specialised in advanced sun-protection system has become one of the highlights at the fair. Ms Nancy Nan, Chief Executive Officer mentioned: “The visitor flow has been really high that our booth is swarmed by buyers. Amongst those visitors, there is no lack of medium to high-end customers who placed orders immediately.”

Editors assembled to promote high-end products

To cater to the ascending standards of Chinese customers, Intertextile Shanghai once again brought editors together in hall 5.1 to maximise their exposure to their target buyers. As foreign brands with subsidiaries in China, JAB and Prestigious see the growing interest in their premium products in China. “We pay attention to the changing buying habits of Chinese consumers and, as such, have started promoting a series of products under a unified lifestyle trend. It’s obvious that we are gaining more awareness from buyers at the fair,” Mr William Lin, Vice President of JAB ANSTOETZ Interior (Shanghai) Co Ltd said. He also appreciated the specific display area for imported fabrics and the organisers’ attempt to attract more designers, which helped them meet more potential customers. Apart from getting onsite orders, Prestigious Textiles (Shanghai) Ltd also considers the show a promotion platform. “There is great demand for our products in China. Though we achieved similar sales compared with last year, through this fair our brand has been well introduced to the market,” Mr Lewis Liu, Sales Director expressed.

Originating from China, Euroart Co Ltd was another editor that successfully showcased their latest collection at the fair. “It is a good time to join the most influential home textiles exhibition in Asia as we have just launched new products in May. We are satisfied as some of our existing clients plus new visitors came to our booth,” Ms Guo Jianhua, Director Assistant said.

Industry players benefit from the expanded Digital Printing Zone

The demand for digital printing solutions has been growing in recent years, especially as the industry has put more emphasis on green production. As such, the Digital Printing Zone expanded in size this edition, incorporating a Seminar Area and more exhibitors.

As an Italian company, MS Printing Solutions Srl experienced the potential of the sector in China. “The fair has been busy, and we’ve had steady flow of buyers coming through. The potential in digital printing here is just beginning. The Chinese government is pushing companies to reduce their pollution, so it has a big advantage in this regard over traditional textile printing,” Mr Walter Oggioni, Regional Sales Manager stated, adding that the company has been growing very fast globally, especially in China, Turkey, India and Pakistan.

This potential holds for domestic machine manufacturers as well. Specialising in the production of digital printing machines, Guangzhou Xu Cheng Electronic Technology Co Ltd was at the fair to meet fabrics suppliers. Mr Jesse Luo, Overseas Manager explained: “Compared with exhibitions for textile machinery, Intertextile Shanghai attracts more fabrics suppliers, which are our target clients. It helps even more as we are located in this special zone. We’ve been talking to a lot customers, including overseas buyers who are also interested in our machines.”

A series of seminars also provided opportunities for the industry to share their insights on this emerging sector. As a speaker, Foshan Sanshui Yingjie Precision Machinery believed the session was mutually beneficial for them and the audience. “Attendees are from the whole sector including manufacturers and end users, so we can discuss different perspectives. It will facilitate our improvement,” Mr Peng Jichang, General Manager said. Mr Scott Bai, representative of Huntsman Textile Effects (China) Co Ltd also benefited from visiting the zone and the seminar. “Together with seminar, the Digital Printing Zone can professionally present the current situation for the industry. When suppliers and users come together, we can discover the way to enhance this technology.”

Buyers benefited from wide range of quality exhibitors

Intertextile Shanghai is the largest trading platform in Asia with the whole spectrum of home textiles and accessories on offer. Hence, visitors, be they Chinese or overseas, can access a wide range of quality suppliers that meet their sourcing needs. Australian buyer, Mr Glenn Whitchurch from Trabeth Textiles, was impressed with his sourcing journey. “The polyester quality of domestic exhibitors has been unbelievable. What’s more, we’ve found the Chinese suppliers to be very flexible in meeting our needs, they’re clearly keen to accommodate overseas buyers.” Mr Whitchurch also commented favourably on the product range at Intertextile Shanghai compared to European fairs.

One ongoing trend at the fair over recent years is the increasing quality of domestic suppliers, which attracts buyers to come back and source. Mezanin V SRL from Moldova is a long-term supporter of the show, and place orders every year. Its Vice Director, Mr Mihail Tornea remarked: “It is an important event for us to meet new suppliers from China. We are selective with the suppliers we work with, but the Chinese companies here meet our requirements. As a sourcing event, Intertextile Shanghai is the best place to be.”

The fair’s VIP buyer programme also assists buyers in meeting worldwide exhibitors at ease. Mr Bibo Lan is the co-founder of Loft Curtains in the US and he is excited to meet lots of potential suppliers here. “The arrangement for VIPs is satisfying and it helps a lot to have my target exhibitor information in advance. The largest benefit of our visit is that we met Libeco from Belgium, while we also confirmed to work with a blackout supplier at the fair,” he said.

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Chinese buyers agreed that Intertextile Shanghai is the most effective sourcing platform in Asia. “Overseas suppliers like Turkey exhibitors are our main interest. So far, we have connected with four to five exhibitors in hall 4 and will place orders with them soon. In terms of exhibitor number and the product range, I feel that the fair has improved a lot. It is my favourite show with a lot of overseas products to discover,” Mr Huang Shenghua, General Manager of Ziranfeng Home Textile Co Ltd said.

Concurrent events inspired the industry

Apart from facilitating business between exhibitors and visitors, the fair also incorporated various design elements via a series of concurrent events. These included display area like Trend Area, International Fiber Art Exhibition and Home Furnishing Crossover Exhibition where participants could find innovative designs and ideas.

This was also the first time the Andrew Martin International Interior Design Summit and the fair took place concurrently. Experts from the interior design, architecture and art sectors were invited to share and discuss their views on the transformation of design in the new information era. Mr Kot Ge, founder of a domestic interior design studio, LSDCASA was delighted to join, and shared: “This show always attracts many top interior designers and it’s my pleasure to meet them here. Interior design and home textiles are closely related and new concepts can bring along improvement.”

Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles – Autumn Edition was organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; the Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; and the China Home Textile Association (CHTA). The next Autumn Edition will take place in August 2018, while the Spring Edition runs from 14 – 16 March 2018.

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Happylife Offers Lovely Kitchen Textiles


Offering a wide variety of products Happylife Tekstil contributes to the elegancy of homes.

Seeing a window of opportunity in kitchen textiles in the market, the company started to produce items of kitchen textile in 2000. Then, in line with growing demand for the category, it now produces waterproof kitchen aprons and other varieties, including aprons for kids, handling textiles and kitchen gloves. Production and sales of design product volumes have been increased three folds in and out of the country. A dynamic and visionary organization, Happylife Tekstil tries to be one of the major participants contributing to national economy with its investments and activities. The company maintains its innovative and leading position in the market. The mission of the company is to be a locomotive company with its policies in the field of human resources, market planning, technological development, research and development, systemic and customer oriented activities.

#Happylife #Offers #Lovely #KitchenTextiles #Kitchen #Textiles

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Carpets and rugs, wallpapers, textiles – the revival of fabrics in the living area


For a long time, carpets and rugs had it hard in modern households, whose fashion-conscious members preferred to rely on wooden floors and other textile-free materials when it came to choosing the right flooring.

Walls had to be equally clean – homeliness achieved, at best, with an occasional lick of paint to relieve the otherwise uniformly white walls. But gone now are the days of minimalism and the accompanying lack of textiles in the home. At imm cologne, exhibitors at the “Pure Textile” special event await with a wide palette of new designs and grades of fabric for every situation and circumstance.

Rugs and carpets are enjoying a comeback with models in a previously unseen variety of colors and forms, and wallpapers for every taste and wallet are taking back the living space. Woven accessories such as decorative fabrics and cushions – particularly those made out of natural materials – are currently right on trend.

Border rugs are making a particularly strong comeback nowadays. Laid over smooth wooden or synthetic floors, they provide homeliness and can fundamentally change the ambience of a room. The Danish label &Tradition renounces familiar archetypes with its models: “The Moor Rug” from design studio All The Way To Paris places the focus on unusual shapes that are reminiscent of cut gemstones. The Björk Wool Rug Collection by Swedish designer Lena Bergström for Design House Stockholm brings birch to mind with its intertwined, black-and-white structure. The interlaced effect is developed by knitting together woolen threads of different gradations of color during the weaving process. Wool is not only especially warming: thanks to its natural oils, it is also dirt-repellent. The range is rounded off with a pouffe in the same look. Likewise for Design House Stockholm, Icelandic designer Ragnheiður Ösp Sigurðardóttir has created a quirky cushion: The Knot Cushion consists of a voluminous knot that is tied using a metres-long knitted tube, making the colorful models as comfortable as they are eye-catching. Walls, too, are becoming cozy. The ADO CoverTexTM wall covering system from ADO Goldkante offers new options in room design. Not only walls, but also cupboards and room dividers can be upgraded with a variety of fabrics in different designs. A positive side effect of the system is that it improves the indoor climate, provides heat insulation and serves as a sound absorber. But the wallcoverings at imm cologne are not all made out of fabric – the event will also showcase paper and other wall-adhering materials, offering many inspiring ideas for lining the inside of the home in appealing and original ways. Modern wallpapers work just as well as background players as they do as lead actor, depending on the furniture alongside which they are to be staged. Elegance prevails at Zimmer+Rohde: the company’s “Identity” wallpaper collection epitomizes elegant reserve with subtle, glamorous effects. A fine patina and the interplay of matt and gloss distinguish the models in the range. At this year’s imm cologne, the German Wallpaper Institute (Deutsche Tapeten-Institut/DTI) also will once again illustrate the trends in wallpapers. “Wallpaper offers the freedom to express what we are feeling in a way that virtually no other interior design medium can. Our unusual, ambiguously colorful shared accommodation symbolizes the variety of color and the resulting options this variety offers people to live life in their own way. Wallpaper facilitates individuality and change instead of mainstream and monotony”, affirms DTI’s Managing Director Karsten Brandt. Homeliness and cosines are in strong demand again. But textiles allow for much more than just a feeling of well being; their many positive characteristics make them valuable aides and outstanding accessories in the living area.

 

#carpets #rugs #wallpapers #textiles #Sector #RugCollection

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Lenzing redefines softness in textiles


Without softness there is no comfort

Softness is the key to comfortable textiles. With Lenzing Modal®, MicroModal® and MicroModal® AIR fibers, softness can be obtained in textiles in a completely natural way. The higher the share of MicroModal® or MicroModal® AIR in the textile, the softer and suppler it becomes. Using a variety of different test methods, Lenzing has set a new standard, which gives new definition to softness and shows how Lenzing Modal® fibers can change a textile’s degree of softness. This test method combines the well-known ring method with a new technology specially developed for textiles with Lenzing – the TSA method (Tissue Softness Analyzer).

 

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Measurable softness

 

Softness is the key to comfortable textiles. And this is something the user has to be able to experience, both when deciding to buy a textile and when using it. Judging softness is an individual, dynamic process that results from the interplay between textiles and the skin. To depict this complex sensory interaction in an objective way, scientists are working on physical methods to measure softness.

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Softness is an individual feeling. The goal is to make it measurable.

MicroModal is the winner
Textiles of MicroModal attain the highest level of softness. Thanks to the low fiber rigidity and fiber cross-section, Lenzing Modal fibers are natural softeners. In 100% of cases, the fibers develop pure softness and produce wonderful textiles with outstanding comfort. They also last longer since textiles made with Lenzing Modal remain as soft as they were when they were new and do not harden after several washes.

Tactile softness
Physical measuring methods are one way to determine softness. However, the human hand should serve as the primary method to test softness. And here again, in touch tests MicroModal was convincing. A panel of 17 textile experts felt MicroModal and declared it to be the softest fiber among cotton, viscose, and Lenzing Modal fibers.

 

#Lenzing #softness #textiles  #comfort #comfortable #AIR_fibers #fibers #natural #TSA_method

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Heimtextil Russia has risen to another quality level


 2016 edition gave new opportunities for the development of your business

The 18th International Trade Fair for Home Textiles, Floor Coverings and Interior Furnishings Heimtextil Russia took place from 20 to 23 September 2016 in Moscow, Russia. The fair was conducted on its traditional grounds in IEC Crocus Expo, Pavilion 1, Halls 3 and 4. The exposition of 15,300 sq.m presented 229 exhibitors from 18 countries. This latest Heimtextil Russia again celebrated an increase in the amount of visitors: 17,656 professionals of the textile industry visited the exposition during the four days.

000_8235.JPGFair visitors could see the novelties of home and interior textiles presented by the companies from all over the world: Austria, Bulgaria, China, Egypt, Finland, Georgia, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Portugal, Tunisia, Turkey, Vietnam and others. National pavilions of Germany, China, Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey took part in Heimtextil Russia 2016. The international part of the exposition included such market players as Hefel (Austria), KT Exclusive (Germany), Bovi (Portugal), Neutex Home Deko (Germany), Castiglioni (Italy), Verbeekdesigns (the Netherlands), Gujarat Flotex (India), United Textiles (Egypt), Bari Testile (Pakistan), TIROTEX (Moldova) and others. Textile products of the domestic market were presented by such Russian companies as Gallery Arben, Casablanca, MONOLIT, Goldtex, Protos & Co, Vologda Textile Factory, Teatr Tkaney, Décor City, TexRepublic and others.

1Both visitors and exhibitors of the trade fair noted the quality growth of Heimtextil Russia. The range of the companies participating in the trade fair as well as their presented products proved the image of Heimtextil Russia as a professional event of high level, high quality and high standards. The fair exposition also featured an increase of some product groups. Apart from the general exposition of textiles and already traditional pavilion of wallpaper and wall coverings (AdaWall (Turkey), Pina Tekstil (Turkey), SIHL GmbH (Germany), Fuggerhaus (Russia), Zhejiang Lulian Decorative Material (China), Heimtextil Russia 2016 presented for the second year an expanded pavilion of surface design. The pavilion named Design Laboratory featured nine designers and design studios. Another new product group was Digital Print. Within the framework of this group Epson, SMART-T, RussCom Graphics and Textile&Technologies demonstrated the advantages of digital print on fabrics.

Heim-print-20sep-2-23Heimtextil Russia is a specialized event for the professional audience. This year several b2b programs were conducted during the trade fair, where visitors had a chance to meet with company representatives in a business format. B2b program with textile manufacturers from Egypt and Pakistan was conducted in the business lounge. A special project named Heimtextil Russia Online Mania was held at the Heimtextil global booth. It featured representatives of the leading Russian portals on interior design and online shops of home and interior textile.

Heimtextil Russia 2016 continued to develop the theme of textiles in contract business. The highlight was textile equipment of commercial objects for public catering. They were restaurants, bars, cafes, nightclubs and others. Textile product groups used in public catering include kitchen textiles, table decoration, curtains, wallpaper and wall coverings, carpets, furniture upholstery, etc. The exposition of Heimtextil Russia 2016 presented a number of companies with a wide assortment of textile products used both for interior decoration of restaurant dining areas as well as for textile equipment of its kitchen area.

Heim-print-20sep-2-48The main theme of the fair was supported with the annual contest for interior designers, which is also an amazing growth opportunity for young and talented designers. The contest this year was named “New Perspectives” and it was dedicated to the best textile decoration of a restaurant, café or bar. INTERIOR + DESIGN magazine was the media partner of the contest; AG Concept, Hellenic Goods, Tefal®, Rondell sponsored the contest prizes. According to the contest conditions, an applicant had to send his project of textile decoration of a restaurant, café or bar in style with Heimtextil 2016/2017 trends. The first stage of the contest was supported by Pinwin.ru. The expert jury board defined three finalists, who became guest designers to decorate a special trend installation at Heimtextil Russia 2016. They were Vladimir Andriuschenko from Krasnodar, Marat Mazur from Saint Petersburg and Marina Sarkisyan from Moscow. During the fair they implemented their vision of table decoration using textile materials provided by the Sponsors of the Trend installation: Gallery Arben (Russia), Anka (Turkey), Fabreex (Russia), Treartex (Russia), multiSTiQ (Germany), Figurniye Lambrekeny (Russia), Spradling International (Germany), Ernst Feiler (Germany). Vladimir Andriuschenko was recognized as the author of the best decoration, and in January 2017 he will go to the international trade fair for home and contract textiles, Heimtextil in Frankfurt, Germany. Marat Mazur and Marina Sarkisyan were the second and the third correspondingly. The three winners received many prizes from the sponsors of the contest. Also near the trend installation “New Perspectives” visitors could see a Top 10 Gallery with the 10 best projects defined during the first part of the contest. Images for the Top 10 Gallery were printed by Epson, the sponsor of the contest. One of the key events of the fair was Heimtextil Russia Design

Heim-print-20sep-2-52Academy, which includes multiple projects and expositions. Lectures and seminars dedicated to interior design were conducted in a specially designed trend area, sponsored by TIROTEX textile company. This year the lecture program was divided into several topical groups. The leading designers and decorators spoke about the features of textile equipment for hotels and restaurants; representatives of the successful Russian portals on interior design and online shops for home and interior textiles delivered lectures in the framework of Heimtextil Russia Online Mania project. Our praised guest from Amsterdam, designer Anne Marie Commandeur, presented the famous Heimtextil Trends 2016/2017 during the first three days of the fair. And the premiere of Heimtextil Russia was a special exposition named Design Education, dedicated to higher education on interior design in Russia. Fair visitors had an opportunity to meet representatives of Moscow Architectural Institute, Stroganov Moscow State University of Arts and Industry, Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute, Institute of Business and Design (B&D) and discuss learning environments, as well as take part in the practical workshops conducted by teachers of institutes throughout the trade fair. People could also visit Millami School sketching workshops. For those who wanted to have a rest during the intensive fair day and charge their mobile devices there were several Heimtextil Russia relaxation areas with special charging terminals, provided by the partner of the fair sky production company.

Without doubt, Heimtextil Russia is a brand with its own story. The next edition of Heimtextil Russia will take place on September 20- 22, 2017 in Moscow, IEC Crocus Expo.

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Bold, large scale textiles from Brentano


Fall collection embraces unique color, pattern and performance

Wheeling, III. —Drawing inspiration from the energy and graphics of the urban landscape, the 18 new patterns in the fall 2016 Cityscape collection capture the eccentric life of the big city. Bold, large-scale textiles dominate the new collection, representing Brentano’s dedication to create functional art.

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Junction 6531

Inspired by connections and intersections, Junction’s textured lines create a geometric motif that is as structured in design as it is in construction. With a stain resistant finish and acrylic backing, the 54” upholstery merges contemporary design with contract performance and adds a point of interest to any interior. Available in seven colorways— from soft contrasting neutrals to vivid red and cool teal – Junction’s path is quite intriguing.

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Left to Right: Junction 6531: Zócalo 07, Times Square 01, Piazza del Campo 03, Trafalgar 02

 

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