Nearly every creative process reflects a social development.
Already now more than half of the world population live in cities. If this trend continues,
the remaining population will have followed by the end of the millennium.
More and more people seek a quiet place in the midst of the bustle that is their urban, hyper connected daily life.
They withdraw into urban oases, where they can find relaxation, a sanctuary or clarity.
Nature is the central role
model for design LEAF and serves as an interpretation of unique structures and forms. Lines of leaf veins are intensified through the three-dimensional depth effect and demonstrate the mastery of Jacquard weaving to a luxurious degree.
The motif of ASANOHA is
from Japan and is associated with a hemp leaf, a symbol of rapid and healthy growth. The distinctive feature of this
design is the complex pattern construct, where the graphic motif of the ASANOHA is built up linearly to gradually fill the bed cover.
The motif of MAGNOLIA can be discovered on different layers. On the top, the design is completed with filigree stitch outlines of flowers, which emulate embroidery through special Jacquard weaving accomplishments and result in an extraordinary luxurious detail.
Our design team created a collection, which was inspired by the minimalism
of Scandinavian and Japanese styles, but deliberately turns away from ornamental and decorative elements.
Instead the focus is on form in order to create a feeling of tranquillity.
The combination of tactile fabric compositions and a subdued,
natural colour range merges into a CB1882 collection with designs that beckon touch
without loosing the characteristic reserve and elegance of a minimalistic look.
MACO-BROCADE-DAMASK BED LINEN