Carvico is set to present its lifestyle collection of fabrics for interior design at Heimtextil 2020 expo, in booth G34, hall 4.2. Carvico is a global leader in the production of warp knitted fabrics. Heimtextil is an international trade fair for home and contract textiles, which will be held from January 7-10, 2020, at Frankfurt am Main, in Germany.
Elasticity, resistance, breathability, versatility, and countless options for customisation: these are the main features which make Carvico fabrics ideal for the interior design market. Convertible, smart, multifunctional, and innovative, Carvico performance fabrics for furniture and design have been inspired by new trends and translate high tech performance into new shapes and styles to blend elegance and functionality with Made in Italy quality and excellence.
Original, functional, and innovative, Carvico lifestyle collection features 3D textures and countless colours, strong and compact surfaces, fluid and comfortable velvets with a silky and sexy hand feel, cutting-edge, high performance fabrics conceived to enhance shapes and volumes, the company said in a press release.
The company will display a selection of unique performance fabrics which, thanks to their bi-elasticity and resistance are ideal to cover furniture elements, to design whole rooms and complements. Extremely versatile and adaptable, handy and comfortable, easy to remove and to wash and fast drying, pilling resistant and shape retaining, they represent the perfect mix of quality, beauty and functionality.
Carvico performance fabrics for the interior design market can be chosen in their standard version or the bonded, thicker and more compact one. Moreover, the addition of waterproofing membranes and treatments make them suitable also for the outdoor universe.
The lifestyle collection includes several eco-sustainable fabrics, made of regenerated polyamide yarn from pre and post-consumer waste materials (ghost fishing nets, carpet fluff, and tulle) which, at the end of their useful life, instead of being sent to the landfill, are recovered and regenerated through a complex physical-chemical process. This is how Econyl polyamide is produced to be then used for the creation of high quality fabrics.