Almedahls Design Studio Rolls Out New Panel System and Fabric for Heimtextil 2010

January 5, 2010

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KINNA, Sweden - Almedahls Design Studio has announced a new panel system and fabric collection for 2010 which will debut at Heimtextil on January 13, revolutionizing display and design possibilities.

The new pleated curtain system offers myriad ways to combine beautiful displays with technical solutions with three variations on the design: an integrated cord lock, a free moving cord lock or an up-and-down solution. The system also allows vendors to combine soft or stiffened panels as Almedahls' design is built as a modular system with a rail at both the top and bottom of each panel. The panel design provides maximum versatility and ease, as the system is cord controlled or manipulated with a wand.

Almedahls new panel system also offers motorized solutions which are suitable for 28 mm aluminum tubes for a roller blind system as well as Almedahl's skylight system. There is also a new range in size, 32 mm, which features tubes, chain mechanism, springs and speed reducers as well as a mini system with 17 mm tubes in steel and aluminum.

The vertical fabric collection designed for use with the panel system is inspired by far-flung countries and rural splendor alike, highlighting the natural beautiful of ice-capped Reykjavik, Iceland or the grassy vistas of Somerset, England. Other influences include Mt. Fuji, Savile Row of London, Cairo and the Manhattan skyline. All of the fabrics are 200 cm wide and 100 percent polyester with the exception of Manhattan, which is more than half cotton and Reykjavik which has a narrower width. Almedahl was founded in 1846.


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