Sticky style by Hoad
With even more motifs and colours the Swiss manufacturer from Langenthal is responding to the demand from residential and contract sector furnishing. New to the range is Gecko Crypta II, a variant of Gecko which incorporates eight intensive additional colours on the popular semi sheer Crypta quality.
Four new designs are also causing a stir – amongst them the first photorealistic motif. Following an extended period of development, Création Baumann brought the silicon coated self adhering textile first to the market in 2007. Gecko can be applied directly to glass and other pore free surfaces from which it could be removed without any residue. It can subsequently be reapplied several times over without any loss of adhesive properties. Gecko Vector consists of overlapping, geometric hexagones.
The burnout process generates exciting effects at the window. The 3D-effect brings the hexagonal shapes to the fore; the fabric looks dense and sheer at the same time. Gecko Disco invokes an urbane ambiance in the home. The mix of sharp and blurred colourful circles evokes reminiscences of the bright lights of a metropolis which, with the right angle of incoming light, look amazingly real.
Gecko Listra beguiles with an array of gaily coloured ribbons that look as if they were fluttering in a breeze. The elegant, haphazard arrangement of overlapping strips in differing widths can be displayed vertically or horizontally. Gecko Illusion contains coulisse like motifs from everyday objects such as bowls, vases and books look amazingly realistic. This is the first time that the textile experts from Langenthal have used photorealistic images.
Création Baumann is represented in Australia by Hoad.
released: Wednesday, November 17, 2010
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