Relaxed elegance

Relaxed elegance
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Urban Luxury

Urban Luxury is the perfect representation of Christian Fischbacher’s design philosophy. Combining contemporary fashion trends with traditional themes, the designers create a totally new aesthetic at the highest level. Urban Luxury is a collection with cosmopolitan flair – sensitive, cultured and elegant. The textiles are inspired by urban life as it is lived today, yet they are meant for interior settings that create personalised refuges as a counterpoint to today’s digital world.

The compositions meet the highest quality standards and range from colourful silks to elegant linen fabrics. Each fabric of the collection is outstanding for its artistic quality. The collection shows the Christian Fischbacher design team’s love of experimentation and innovative finishing processes. Velvety touches, iridescent surfaces and washed-out looks contribute to the special charm of these textile treasures. Many of the articles are realised in flame-retardant Trevira CS yarns and can thus also be used in the upscale contract sector. Urban Luxury’s colours range from subtle natural tones to fiery colour accents to metallic shades and offer plenty of scope for individual design preferences.

PALAZZO & CAPRICE

PALAZZO & CAPRICE
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To meet the demands of the modernity in its design, Christian Fischbacher realized Caprice on a Shantung silk with an exceptionally smooth surface. Before printing, the silk is washed, thereby reducing the silks’ natural glue, which makes it much softer after finishing. The fabric is then printed on an innovative printing machine that, due to its precision, is mainly used for the printing of ties and scarves.

Palazzo is a luxurious silk woven on a jacquard machine of the latest generation. Fine twisted silk warp yarns of very high density (136 threads per cm) form the dense, lustrous base fabric on which the matte ornament stands out in contrast.

Luce

Luce
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The plain fabric Luce is made up of a subtle material blend of polyester, cotton and stainless steel. The polyester is responsible for the sheen, the steel for the metallic look and the cotton for the soft touch of the fabric. The creative mix of materials goes hand in hand with the unusual finishing that goes from singeing to calendaring to crushing.

Antoinette

Antoinette
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The rose jacquard Antoinette is realized using the very difficult warp printing technique. Before weaving, the watercolour-like design is printed on the very fine warp threads, (108 threads per cm), which calls for the highest precision: the threads may not overlap even once, lest there be a superimposition of the design on two warp threads. The printing temperature must be strictly adhered to in order to fix the colours, on the one hand, and to retain the flame retardant properties of the Trevira CS filament on the other. The fabric is then woven very finely, in order to bring out the colour gradations of the roses in the textile. Finally, Antoinette gets an Airo treatment, which gives it its soft feel and silky, elegant look.

Elegant Upholstery

Elegant Upholstery
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Koharu, Komon and Yamamichi

This year, our design studio has created a series of luxuriously silky and shiny upholstery fabrics that are inspired by Japanese fabrics and the small patterns seen on kimonos: Koharu, Komon, and Yamamichi.

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Our fabrics Koharu and Komon are produced in collaboration with an experienced weaver who normally specializes in the production of silk fabrics. The warp of Koharu comprises 136 threads per cm, each of which in turn consists of 36 individual filaments. This extraordinary density and fineness are responsible for the luster and the silky effect of the fabric. The structured three-dimensional surface is created using a shrinkable yarn that contracts during finishing.

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