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Fabric made from a two-tone herringbone pattern in a blend of linen, viscose and polyester. Available in 6 colors.       Victor Vasarely in search of movement     When we talk about movement in the art world, one cannot stop talking about the Hungarian artist Victor

Printed fabric on a 100% cotton base with a lively ethnic design and geometric pattern similar to an ancient Persian kilim. Available in 3 colour ranges.       A tribal treasure that survives   The Pende (also known as Bapende, Masangi or Pindi, among others)

Tribu Collection We present you a fabric with a fun geometric design reminiscent of the “patchwork” technique, used by ancient Persian nomadic tribes to make kilims. It comes in two color ranges.       The geometries of Sonia Delaunay   Sonia Delaunay, an artist of Russian

We present a collection of fun ethnic designs inspired by different nomadic tribes that live around the world, extracting their different folk elements and embodying them in fabrics, from traditional dances and music, to their relationship with the environment.   Kayapó Velvet printed

FibreGuard PRO fabrics are specially designed for spaces that require a permanently fresh and hygienic environment, such as hospitals, hotels and restaurants. The reinforced lining and moisture barrier, along with FibreGuard's anti-stain technology, ensure fabrics remain stain-free, durable, and resistant

With Natural Fibers II, nature and its immense color range have inspired us, mixing it with textures with character and creativity. We present a vibrant palette distributed in three great color waterfalls that translate a sensation of freshness, simplicity and trend.

Collection inspired by the multiple and unique "colored beaches" that we can find around the world. Our source of inspiration was, in this case, beaches located on islands with sand in unique shades: from pink to green, going through many

Smooth bicolor texture inspired by the hues that the island of Madeira gives us with its exuberant and varied vegetation, which combines tropical with Mediterranean characteristics, and in which exotic landscapes abound among gardens, cliffs, natural pools, forests and coasts.