French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec collaborated with Danish textile company Kvadrat to add a superior style element to a set of geometric curtain designs. The new collection boasts chain-like patterns that are hand-embroidered into a translucent fabric that optimizes light penetration. Kvadrat's curtains are made out of tape yarn and their detail-oriented and minimalist handywork fosters a sophisticated and elegant drape, while also giving them "a discreet three-dimensional and playful character," as the designers describe.
The intensity of the color relationship in these geometric curtain designs varies across individual products—from the subtle complementary quality of white on pastel pink to the somewhat clashing design of translucent black and red.
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