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'Dare to Play', the textile proposal of Equipo DRT for Paris Déco Off 2023

14 December 2022

27, Rue de Seine will host this playful space developed by the Cuatro Cuatros studio for Equipo DRT, which will experience its particular Paris Déco Off surrounded by games created with fabrics on a human scale. A Jenga tower, a checkerboard and several card games will be the framework to show off the fabric collections of this textile company.

Author designs: Vicent Martinez and Cuatro Cuatros

In curtain fabrics, one of the novelties that will be introduced is 'Atlas', a fabric for curtains designed by the National Design Award winner, Vicent Martinez, based on drawings by Ana Hernández. Atlas is a textile turned into history, a horizon of new ways of understanding fabric as a support for innovation.

New ways of making a fabric from a thread and from a fabric… a story.

In linen fabrics, the 'Damero' collection designed by the Spanish studio Cuatro Cuatros will also have its space in the showroom. Checks and stripes applied to curtains will shine with this new language created between the symmetry of the shapes and the naturalness of linen, as the star yarn of the proposal.

Savoy, fireproof curtains for hotels and projects

The Equipo DRT design team has also developed a colour extension for Savoy, one of the best-sellers in fire-retardant fabrics in the collection. This light and transparent sheer, 100% Trevira, will innovate with mink, gray and natural tones, with a total of 28 colours, very suitable for projects, hotels and public spaces.

One more edition, January becomes a luxury walkway for home textiles from around the world and Equipo DRT will be present at 27, Rue de Seine with its 'Dare to Play'. Welcome to discover our proposal in 2023!


Showroom Éphémère

`Dare to play’


18-22 JAN. 2023






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