KASTHALL IS LAUNCHING FEATHER, DORIS AND STRING FROM THE COLLECTIVE IMPRESSIONS COLLECTION
Kasthall’srugs have been bringing character to rooms and settings for over 130 years. They have been developed along the way by KasthallDesign Studio. The second part of the Collective Impressions is launching now – new takes on Feather, Doris and String. The collection is available for purchase at the Kasthall Flagship Store & Showroom.
KASTHALL LAUNCHES COLLECTIVE IMPRESSIONS – DESIGN THROUGH THE AGES
Kasthall presents this year’s new collection, as well as new interpretations of designers who have made an impression throughout the ages via the vast archive of original sketches from the 50s and on. The exhibition Collective Impressions was curated by the creative design studio Kråkvik & D’Orazio premiered during Stockholm Design Week in February at the Kasthall Flagship Store & Showroom.
WASTED: WHEN TRASH BECOMES TREASURE
Kasthall is the only Swedish company selected for the exclusive book “Wasted: When Trash becomes Treasure”.
KASTHALL – WHEN SUSTAINABILITY MATTERS
Sustainability is, and always has been, an obvious and natural part of Kasthalls’ identity and growth. Our environmental responsibility permeates the entire production chain. From raw material selection to production, transportation and waste. It comprises emissions to air, water as well as recycling.
KASTHALL’S PALETTE RUG REFLECTS THE COLORS OF AN ARTIST AT WORK
KASTHALL’S PALETTE RUG REFLECTS THE COLORS OF AN ARTIST AT WORK Kasthall Design Studio drew on archive materials, colors and designs from the factory’s long history to create this year’s new rug collection. Palette, an elegant, hand-tufted wool rug by Maja Johnsson Starander, conjures thoughts of an artist at work. Visit www.kasthall.com
NARROW STRIPE ICON – NEW TAKE ON A CLASSIC WOOL RUG IN EXCITING COLOR COMBINATIONS
NARROW STRIPE ICON – NEW TAKE ON A CLASSIC WOOL RUG IN EXCITING COLOR COMBINATIONS The creation of the decade’s first rug collection began with a voyage of discovery through the factory in Kinna, Sweden. Long-forgotten yarns, leftover dyes and historical patterns inspired Kasthall Design Studio to create something new. One of the rugs is Narrow Stripe Icon, a woven rug in the finest wool.
COSMOPOLITAN ELEGANCE DEFINES KASTHALL’S NEW HARPER RUG
COSMOPOLITAN ELEGANCE DEFINES KASTHALL’S NEW HARPER RUG The Harper rug, designed by Ellinor Eliasson, is part of Kasthall’s new collection Colors In Between, which was launched at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2020. Kasthall Design Studio’s collection pays homage to the company’s rich archive of patterns and materials, as preserved in the historic factory in Kinna.
POETIC PASSION BEHIND KASTHALL’S POETRY RUG
Kasthall will be launching its new collection Colors In Between during the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2020. The collection is inspired by colors and materials found in the nooks and crannies of the factory. Poetry is one of the rugs in the collection, and just like the name of the collection, a lot of Poetry’s allure lies in the transitions of the colors.
FLOURISH FROM KASTHALL – SUSTAINABLE AND UNCOMPROMISING ARRAY OF COLOR
The 2020 collection from Kasthall called “Colors in Between” is an exploratory tribute to the captivating encounters that occur when color, shadow and light come together. First out in the collection is Flourish, a hand-tufted wool rug made of residual yarn that brings to mind expansive geometric airfields and the color mosaics of open landscapes.
NEW LIFE FOR CLASSIC FOGG RUG – IN GOOD COMPANY WITH MATCHING CUSHION COLLECTION
Kasthall is expanding its design heritage by breathing new life into the classic Fogg rug collection, which is being launched in new colors and shapes this fall. As part of its sustainability work, Kasthall has also developed a related collection of pillows, bringing the Fogg experience to new areas of the home.
KASTHALL RAISES THE BAR ON ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP WITH NEW CONCEPT
Kasthall is launching a new product concept called Harvest during the ICFF design fair in New York. Harvest is a creation of the Kasthall design studio, which saw an opportunity to further the company’s environmental stewardship by making use of leftover spools of yarn from the production process.