Equipo DRT launches new collection this September 2015: #ornamentalearth fabrics
The Earth inspires the collection with its strength, its energy, its warm… and its embellishment. With September 2015 collection Equipo DRT declares the real connection between managing innovation and sustainability. New fabric collection talks, listens, decorates, inspires and influences every scheme with its philosophy “Talking Textiles”.
Equipo DRT, Talking Textiles
We are a global textile editor that talks about the latest trends in habitat through its fabrics. Our creative team articulates all our designs combining expert technical knowledge with a passion for textiles. Equipo DRT and its fabrics talk, listen, decorate and inspire.
Mediterranean Magic Made into Outdoor Contract Fabric: Pireo
Pireo: fabrics for outdoor contract use from Equipo DRT that speak a language of their own. “Pireo” is the Spanish word for Piraeus, the essence of the Mediterranean, with its magical waters and warm sun. Fabrics for decorating hotels, terraces and installations requiring Class 1 fire-resistant certification.
Equipo DRT and 19 Greek Street in London Design Festival join forces for a committed, sustainable lifestyle
“A movement for a more ethical lifestyle. A meeting of pioneers in design and lifestyle. A forum for re-thinking our consumer habits.” That’s how the London design studio 19 Greek Street defines this show including the upcycled fire-resistant ‘Up’ fabrics.
Equipo DRT combines textile design and graffiti art in its new fabric: Selva
Selva represents one step ahead to evolution for Equipo DRT. One year after the launching of its Upcycled fabric line in 2014, Equipo DRT will showcase in Maison & Objet Paris a brand new universe. An organic world full of colours, vitality and happiness. This new fabric is designed by graffiti artist Julieta XLF.
Textile Architecture: the art of Palladio is reborn in the new Equipo DRT collection
Art lives, evolves and is reinvented. This is what Equipo DRT has done for its new classic fabric collection called Palladio. It echoes and highlights some of the finest creations of this Italian architect (1508-1580).