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What is this?

Multi-colored ombre of vertical columns of purples, grays and yellows bleeding into one another extremely gradually.

Why is this in our collection?

Knoll Luxe was launched in 2008 as a luxury fabric division of Knoll Textiles. The brand utilizes a global network of specialized and highly skilled textile mills to realize fabrics that combine classic modernism with a strong fashion influence. Under the creative direction of Dorothy Cosonas, Knoll Luxe has worked with young designers, such as Proenza Schouler and Rodarte, to create collections of drapery and upholstery materials for corporate and residential interiors influenced by technology, architecture, and fashion. Rodarte, widely acclaimed for its daring and conceptual fashion collections, was founded in 2005 by sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy in Pasadena, California. Their garments feature complex... more

This is a drapery fabric from United States. It is dated 2009 and we acquired it in 2010. Gift of Knoll Textiles.

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Its medium is

medium: 53% ramie, 47% polyester technique: digitally printed label: digitally printed 53% ramie, 47% polyester

Its dimensions are

H x W: 345.4 x 149.9 cm (136 x 59 in.)

This object was produced by Knoll Textiles and designed by Laura Mulleavy , Kate Mulleavy and Rodarte

This object was donated by Knoll Textiles

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