The basis of the tiles is a combination of different clays and loam. Mixed in the workshop with quartz sand and fireclay, the mass is then pressed into the tile form and precisely reshaped by hand. Through a silkscreen process the basic material now acquires form. The glaze impresses rhythmical symbols in the tiles. Each of the raku tiles is worked by hand 36 times before it is used and laid in place. Unlike with industrial methods the handcrafted production allows a genuine response to individual requirements. Karak.
Characterised by colour, simplicity and innovation, the upholstery textiles are designed for use in public, commercial and private spaces. All are the products of innovative collaborations between leading international designers, artists and architects, and Kvadrat's product development team. Kvadrat's headquarters are in Ebeltoft, Denmark and was formed in 1968. Kvadrat