Clouds by Kvadrat now available in 8 new colour combinations.

In collaboration with Kvadrat, internationally acclaimed designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have created Clouds, an innovative, interlocking fabric tile concept for the home. Made from one element and attached with special rubber bands, they can be installed to a wall or hung from a ceiling.

Clouds evolves as you add elements to it, producing a unique three-dimensional effect. Inspired by the inviting look and feel of the surface, it is possible to construct your own piece and make your vision reality. Self-expression lies at the heart of the appeal of Clouds.

Creating your own piece is quick and easy, whether you want a simple design or a complex decorative screen or wall. You can easily arrange and re-arrange the tiles to reflect your individual style and bring new ideas into your home, time and time again.

‘This piece instantly produces three-dimensional shapes that constantly evolve  as you keep adding new elements to the geometry by banishing traditional rectangular settlements.

Clouds coat architecture in a more fluid yet dynamic way; bringing surprisingly colourful fabric windows to any room.’ Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.

Clouds comes in 8 colour combinations of Divina, Divina MD and Divina Melange, and infinite possibilities of mixing and matching. They are available in boxes of 8 or 24 pieces.

Since its initial launch in 2009, Clouds has won numerous awards, including Design of the Year 2010 by Design Museum London and Danish Design Award 2010 by Danish Design Center. They also form a part of the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec are two of the most influential designers in the world today. Trained in modern art and design, originally, they come from a town near Rennes in Brittany, France.

Since 1999, the Bouroullecs have worked together from their studio in Paris. Their diverse output spans furniture, product design, interior design and the development of conceptual objects.

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31-01-2019