FRAG 24 SOLE is a product that has been piece-dyed following a special mechanical process to obtain an unever look. Therefore, possible folds or non-uniformities of dyeing and/or aspect, must be not considered flaws but rather unique features of this article. Batch to batch chromatic variations must be considered normal and are to be evaluated with the usual tolerance of this type of fabric.
UNI 9177 - CLASSE 1 NF P 92-503-507 M1 CALIFORNIA TB 117:2013 EN 1021-1&2 BS 5852 PART 0-1 (C&M)
FRAG 38 VENERE è un velluto di cotone liscio, antimacchia trattato con resina sul retro per aumentare le prestazioni e la resistenza all'usura. Particolarmente apprezzato per il pelo inclinato che diminuisce la tendenza a schiacciarsi, tipica di tutti i velluti.
UNI 9175 UNI EN 1021-1:2006 BS 5852 PART 0-1 (C&M)
FRAG 41 TETI is a regenerated cotton canvas, now very fashionable especially in the countries of northern Europe. It has a false plain and a salt and pepper color effect given by the particular weave which, due to the finishing, acquires a very soft and natural hand as a final effect. Made from recycled materials.
FRAG 43 ERIS is a plain fabric constituted of a base of natural linen viscose in all variants which gives it a very natural look; woven with a very fine acrylic chenille colored in different variations. Due to the type of yarns used, it maintains the natural aspect of linen and the resistance of acrylic yarn while remaining in the very affordable price category.
FRAG 44 ARIEL is a piece-dyed chenille fabric with a linen viscose warp and a chenille weft also made of linen viscose. After dyeing, it has a melange effect. In addition, the slub of the warp yarn creates a vertical striped effect that distinguishes it from normal piece-dyed fabrics.
UNI 9175 (CL1IM) UNI 8456 (CL 1) UNI EN 1021 1-2 BS5852 1-2
FRAG 45 DIONE is a Jacquard fabric made by sewing the pattern directly on to the fabric instead of being drawn or printed like other fabrics. The weft and the warp thread intertwine creating a geometric optical effect and contrasting colors. The thread used is mostly made of cotton material combined with materials such as polyester, linen and viscose. This mix of materials give greater resistance to the own fabric. Excellent for upholstered chairs, armchairs and sofas for residential use.
BS5852 PART 1. TB 117-2013
50-STEELCUT TRIO 3 is a hardwearing woollen upholstery fabric with the same construction as Steelcut. The three-dimensional surface of Steelcut Trio can resemble small pyramids or steel points. Despite the complexity of the innovative weave, this fabric has a simple and precise expression. Steelcut Trio is yarn-dyed and made of 3 differently coloured yarns.
AS/NZS 1530.3. AS/NZS 3837 CLASS 2 BS 5852 CRIB 5 WITH TREATMENT. BS 5852 PART 1 DIN 4102 B2. EN 1021-1/2, IMO FTP CODE 2010: PART 8 NF D 60 013. NFPA 260. SN 198 898 5.3 WITH TREATMENT. UNI 9175 1IM. US CAL.BULL. 117-2013. ONORM B1/Q1
51-MAPLE is aero-finished and therefore features an extremely soft touch. Maple is made of three tone-in-tone coloured yarns. The viscose used in the composition gives it a distinctive shimmer, that deepens according to the light and the perspective of the viewer. Maple is woven with a chenille yarn and has a soft pile that reveals the structure of the weave. Foreign fibres and small clusters of colour may appear on the fabric surface adding a slightly irregular casual expression.
EN 1021-1/2. BS 5852 PART 1. IMO FTP CODE 2010 PART 8
52-DIVINA is available in sophisticated rich colours which reveal hidden depths as the perspective of the viewer changes, making a strong colour statement. In addition, thanks to its smooth, directionless and consistent surface, it complements the shape of furniture very well and is ideal for organically shaped furniture. Divina MD’s full-bodied and subtle structure is ideal for bringing an extensive range of tones to life. Its colourways, which are all crafted from a blend of different tones, appear unicoloured from a distance, but reveal different colour nuances under closer examination. Suitable for soft seatings for both contract and private use.
AS/NZS 1530.3 – BS 5852 CRIB 5 – BS 5852 PART 1 – DIN 4102 B2 – EN 1021-1/2 - IMO FTP CODE 2010: PART 8 – NF D 60 013 – NFPA 260 – ONORM B1/Q1 – SN 198 898 5.3 WITH TREATMENT – UNI 9175 1IM – US CAL. BULL. 117-2013 – NO USE OF BROMINATED FLAME RETARDANTS
53-CANVAS is a vibrant woollen upholstery fabric. Particularly well-suited for large surfaces thanks to its pronounced structure, it features a soft weave and an expanded palette inspired by the landscapes of Skagen, Denmark. The melange yarn used to craft Canvas combines three colours with six hues in every colourway. Consequently, the fabric offers exceptional colour richness and an intriguing expression. From a distance, it has the calm surface of a unicoloured textile, but at a closer glance it shimmers with colour nuances, delicate contrasts as an elegant structure emerges.
AS/NZS 1530.3 – BS 5852 CRIB 5 WHEN FLAMEPROTECTED – BS 5852 IGNITION SOURCE 3 – BS 5852 PART 1 – DIN 4102 B2 – IMO FTP CODE 2010: PART 8 – NF D 60 013 – NFPA 260 – ONORM B1/Q1 – SN 198 898 5.3 WITH TREATMENT – UNI 9175 1IM – US CAL. BULL. 117-2013
54-MELANGE NAP is a woollen upholstery fabric distinguished by exceptional depth of colour and surprising details. It offers a distinctively unique melange expression. Extremely soft yet durable, Melange Nap appears to be brushed. It is constructed with a unicoloured and a melange yarn, that creates a graphic pattern of tiny dots that play across its surface. The volume of details that emerge from the surface depends on the contrast between the yarns. Some of the darker colourways almost appear unicoloured whereas others have an intriguing multi-coloured look.
BSB 5852 CRIB 5 WITH TREATMENT. BS 5852 IGNITION SOURCE 3. EN 1021-1/2. IMO FTP CODE 2010: PART 8. NF D 60 013. UNI 9175 1IM. US CAL. BULL. 117-2013
55-REWOOL crafted using 45% recycled wool is a rich upholstery fabric with a sustainable profile. It create a both honest and environmentally friendly – textile with a poetic feel by recycling leftover material. Reminiscent of colourful stitchings on a darker background, Re-wool features exceptional depth of colour, creating a dynamic play on the fabric surface when applied to furniture.
AS/NZS 1530.3,BS 5852 CRIB 5 WITH TREATMENT, BS 5852 IGNITION SOURCE 3, BS 5852 PART 1, EN 1021- 1/2, IMO FTP CODE 2010 PART 8, NF D 60 013, UNI 9175 1IM, US CAL. BULL. 117-2013, ONORM B1/Q1
56-HALLINGDAL is a very durable upholstery fabric and is made of wool and viscose, which complement each other well: the wool provides excellent durability and flexibility, while the viscose adds brilliance and depth to the colour. Both materials are dyed before they are spun, which highlights the rich texture of the fabric.
AS/NZS 1530.3 – AS/NZS 3837 – BS 5852 CRIB 5 – BS 5852 PART 1 – DIN 4102 B2 - EN 1021-1/2 – IMO FTP CODE 2010: PART 8 – NF D 60 013 – NFPA 260 – ONORM B1/Q1 – SN 198 898 5.3 WITH TREATMENT – UNI 9175 1IM - US CAL. BULL. 117-2013
57-FOSS is an upholstery textile with a vibrant yet simple expression and it unites natural and man-made materials. Three to four different melange or unicoloured yarns – in different thicknesses – are combined in each colourway. The shiny viscose and thick linen yarns give the surface of Foss a subtle shimmer. Foss also has a tactile feel, in addition to its sophisticated lustre. Though it is primarily made of wool, it offers the tactile dry touch usually associated with pure linen textiles.
EN 1021-1/2 – BS 5852 PART 1 – IMO FTP CODE 2010: PART 8 – US CAL. BULL. 117- 2013 – BS 5852 CRIB 5 WITH FLAME RETARDANT TREATMENT
FRAG 33 SATURNO PCV is smooth, with an even surface and is soft and silky to the touch. It is entirely manufactured in Italy, where total control of the production process and treatments guarantees quality and durability. An ideal material for our chairs and sofas. Durable and easy to clean, it is resistant to wear and stretching and retains its colour with normal use. Available in a wide range of colours, it is an ideal material for a variety of furnishing projects, especially for contract use.
UNI 9175/FA1 (1IM) IMOFTP CALIFORNIA 117, SECTION E BS 7176/EN 1021 PARTS 1&2 1994 ON REQUEST: CRIB 5 TREATMENT, TEFLON TREATMENT, FMVSS 302 U.S.A.
FRAG 60 SIRIO is made using a complex textile technique that allows the interweaving of threads of different sizes both in warp and in weft. This technique derives from the skillful and ancient technique of weaving carpets, in which a fine thread was used as a basic grid, and a larger one as a color and design effect. This yarn features “flames”, which create a three-dimensional appearance on the surface of the fabric together with a construction that recalls the classic “basketweave”.
EN ISO 12947-2; UNI EN ISO 105-X 12; UNI EN ISO 105-X 12; UNI EN ISO 105-B02; EN ISO 12945-2
Is made through the use of Jacquard looms that allows to create the characteristic weave of this article. This type of weave creates an irregular surface that masks the classic orthogonal weft and warp effect typical of fabrics. The wool blend weft yarn used enhances this effect even more making it three-dimensional, "swollen", intertwining with a fine warp composed of two yarns: one smooth in cotton and one "flaming", in viscose and linen that help to "move ” visually the fabric.
EN ISO 12947-2 80.000 cicli Martindale; EN ISO 12945-2 5 Scala Pilling; BS 5852 Source 0-1; 117:2013 Section E Part 1 EN 1021 1-2 Senate Bill (SB) 1019
Is a heavy mixed linen & cotton canvas. Its extremely tight structure and the linen flamed weft give to this fabric an irregular but balanced movement creating valuable shades of light in it.
EN ISO 12947-2; UNI EN ISO 105-X 12; UNI EN ISO 105-X 12; UNI EN ISO 105-B02; EN ISO 12945-2; BS 5852 Source 0 Cigarette test California Technical Bulletin 117:2013 Section E Part 1 Senate Bill (SB) 1019
Is an elegant gabardine fabric made by strong and rich yarns. The special finishing made on it gives value to its soft touch and its harmonic reflection.
EN ISO 12947-2; UNI EN ISO 105-X 12; UNI EN ISO 105-X 12; UNI EN ISO 105-B02; EN ISO 12945-2; BS 5852 Source 0 Cigarette test California Technical Bulletin 117:2013 Section E Part 1 EN 1021 1 Senate Bill (SB) 1019