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New fabrics for Sitland’s collections 2018
27 July 2018
New fabrics for Sitland’s collections 2018
Sitland invites you to discover three new fabrics designed for the world of architecture


We are pleased to announce that as of 3rd September 2018 our range of standard upholstery will see the addition of three new fabrics by Gabriel: Bond, Crisp and Tempt. These fabrics are distinctive as they are available in a range of vibrant and delicate colours, offering an original tactile experience.

All three fabrics have excellent technical features that make them an interesting alternative for any type of use and for furnishing various types of interior.

Bond: a character inspired by minerals and stone
Designer Cenk Kivrikoglu
Bond is a fabric comprising 98% recycled polyester and guarantees an abrasion resistance of 100,000 Martindale. Its design is inspired by the texture of masonry: like countless layers of bricks in a wall, Bond features a grid pattern and has a melange graphic look. Oeko-Tex and EU Ecolabel certified.

Crisp: vibrant colours
Designer Mette Krebs Petersen
Crisp, a fabric made of fine wool from New Zealand, stands out for its close weave and its incredible resistance to abrasion (200,000 Martindale). Light colours and dark tones merge into surprising colour contrasts, creating a subtle melange effect. The slightly rough texture of the fabric enhances the richness of every nuance and highlights exclusive colour details. Oeko-Tex and EU Ecolabel certified.

Tempt: light and elegant atmospheres
Designer Cenk Kivrikoglu
Tempt is a fabric made of strong and resistant recycled polyester yarns. Its subtle structure and softness make it reminiscent of hand-woven cotton. Tempt is available in a delicate colour palette that conveys lightness and elegance. Oeko-Tex certified.