Inspired by modern technology, VIVA is a dynamic plain upholstery textile with a subtle three-dimensional surface.
June 24th, 2014
‘Viva’ features a high tenacity polyester yarn that maximises its high tech effect and performance, as well as providing clean sharp definition.
‘Viva’ is designed as a coordinate with ‘Uber’, a bold graphic design that reflects the concept of cause and effect and inspired by the spontaneity found in nature.
Designed and manufactured in Australia, ‘Uber’ and ‘Viva’ are both available in 14 colourways and ideal for upholstery, screens and wall panelling in a variety of end uses including corporate, hospitality and retail.
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