Having experienced increasing growth in recent years, Normann Copenhagen aims to cater to a wider target group, positioning themselves even better on the international market. By joining forces with Kvadrat, the design brand aims to further strengthen its position as a leading design company, increasing the reach of the brand and consolidating Normann Copenhagen furnishings as an obvious choice for professional interior projects and private interiors alike.

A leader in design innovation, Kvadrat produces quality contemporary textiles, known for combining performance, innovation and aesthetics, for architects, designers and private consumers across the world. Since its foundation in 1999, Normann Copenhagen has established itself as a global design brand offering contemporary yet timeless furniture, lighting and accessory collections for commercial and residential interiors.

Both well-established global companies with roots in Danish design traditions, Kvadrat and Normann Copenhagen also share similar values of longevity, durability and innovation. Additionally, Normann Copenhagen and Kvadrat both have documented achievements in contributing to the furnishing of hospitality, commercial, office and residential projects, making a partnership with Kvadrat a natural next step for Normann Copenhagen.

All fabrics offer excellent functional performances as well as a full scale of vibrant colors

In collaboration with Kvadrat, Normann Copenhagen has selected a curated selection of textiles which will be incorporated as a part of the furniture brand’s standard upholstery assortment, while the remainder of the Kvadrat collection will be available on Normann Copenhagen furniture upon request. The fabrics in the standard selection are chosen for their high performing qualities in terms of durability, strength and design, and will supplement Normann Copenhagen’s existing textile collection. Moreover, the fabrics are chosen for their ability to complement Normann Copenhagen’s wide range of furniture, offering increased possibility for customization and personal expression.

The selection includes Kvadrat bestsellers such as the wool and viscose fabric Hallingdal 65, originally designed in 1965 by Danish design icon Nanna Ditzel. The wool and nylon fabrics Remix 3, designed by Guilio Ridolfo, and Steelcut Trio 3 designed by Frans Dijkmeijer. The selection also features the iconic wool and nylon fabric Vidar 4, originally designed by Fanny Arosen and famously re-colored in an acclaimed collaboration with Raf Simons. Another interesting addition to the selection is Reflect designed by Spanish designer and architect Patricia Urquiola.

All fabrics offer excellent functional performances as well as a full scale of vibrant colors

Reflect is a new, innovative fabric made entirely from post-consumer recycled polyester crafted from plastic bottles and boasts a particularly delicate and soft hand. Also included in the selection are the textiles Canvas 2, Divina 3, Divina Melange 3, Divina MD, Fiord 2, Sahco Elle and Sahco Zero.

All fabrics offer excellent functional performances as well as a full scale of vibrant colors. The textiles are all certified to EPD, HPD and Greenguard Gold standards, guaranteeing documentation for their environmental impact, declaration of healthy contents and guaranteeing that they contribute to a healthy indoor air quality.

Normann Copenhagen’s upholstered furniture is now available to order with any desired Kvadrat textile.