Kvadrat/Raf Simons 2020

The Kvadrat/Raf Simons collection brings the acclaimed designer’s exceptional sense of style to the home.  The 2020 collection includes two new upholstery fabrics – HeliaSilas and Sunniva 3 received a colour update. Offered in rich and sophisticated and surprising palettes, the fabrics balance well with the existing textures and some of the more graphic textiles.

Helia and Silas have been used to upholster the Malitte seating system by Roberto Matta

Kvadrat/Raf Simons

Since 2014, Raf Simons has found inspiration in a range of different eras and aesthetics, working with Kvadrat to produce textiles suited to a broad range of interior applications.

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Helia and Silas have been used to upholster the Malitte seating system by Roberto Matta

Textiles and accessories for the home

Distinguished by the innovative blending of colour and materials for which Raf Simons is known in the fashion world, the Kvadrat/Raf Simons collection of textiles and accessories for the home are sophisticated and playful.

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Kvadrat Raf Simons 2020 upholstery textile Helia


Harmonious colour themes have built up as the collection has evolved. The textiles can be used alongside one another to produce richly nuanced combinations.


Kvadrat Raf Simons 2020 cushions stack


The carefully edited range of cushions showcases complementary textiles that allow for a wide variety of expressive combinations of colour, weave and texture.


Kvadrat Raf Simons 2020 cushions and throws


Versatile and particularly soft to the touch, the throws in the collection extend the designer’s aesthetic into the finer details of an interior scheme.


“I was fascinated by how the colouration and weaving processes in fashion textiles don’t have the same limitations as those of furnishing textiles. Working with Kvadrat, we’ve been translating the subtle colouration and texture that you’d find perhaps in a tweed or bouclé into textiles suitable for use in furniture. Because of the dense weave that is needed for furniture, the colouration becomes even more interesting, with almost a painterly impact.”

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