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Wolf-Gordon releases upholstery for modular seating

Wolf-Gordon’s latest update to their Woven Upholstery collection features enhanced durability and colourfastness in three patterns: Roy, Screen, and Score.

Designed for comfort with a high loft, the patterns are presented in complementary scales and colours that are easily combined on modular furniture. The luxurious texture and eye-catching movement of these woven fabrics will stand out at a distance and up close in a work and educational space.

“Roy, Screen, and Score are designed to meet the demands of a new wave of modular seating that relies on fabrics with increased durability while not sacrificing sophisticated color and luxurious hand,” said Marybeth Shaw, Chief Creative Officer, Marketing & Design

The highly durable polyester blend constructions feature a stain repellent finish, with Roy and Screen at 100k double rubs, and Score at 190k double rubs.

Roy and Screen are also approved for use on wrapped panel applications. This allows for superior noise reduction in active environments, especially useful for room dividers in large, open spaces such as offices and classrooms.

Roy courtesy of Wolf-Gordon

Roy’s zig-zag design is the largest in scale of the three. The fabric is an updated matelassé with a thick padded look and the feel of a cottony quilt, but without any padding or surface stitching. Well suited to the geometric and curvy forms seen in contemporary seating, seven bold piece-dyed colourways are featured.

Screen courtesy of Wolf-Gordon

Screen is a medium-scale pattern with an irregular raised grid suggestive of the negative and positive spaces of a room divider or window screen, with a soft cottony texture that offers a mid-scale companion to Roy and Score. Consistent with the current trend of mixing and matching fabrics, Screen’s colourways can coordinate or contrast with each other and those of Roy and Score.

Score courtesy of Wolf-Gordon

Simple, functional and fun, Score is the smallest scale pattern among its coordinates, and has a cottony feel and versatile colour palette. By combining virgin polyester and post-consumer recycled polyester yarns in the weave, different colours are achieved when piece-dyeing, giving added dimension to the pattern.

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