To mark the partnership, Edward van Vliet has created three new fabric collections for Haworth.
June 17th, 2014
Top image: Haworth Infinity Lounge, upholstered in Minimal Luxury fabric
The works of the Amsterdam-based designer are known for their quality and classic craftsmanship, and for their incorporation of influences from the Middle East, Africa and Asia. van Vliet’s designs radiate an eclectic, global sensibility, and to mark his new partnership with Haworth, he has designed three distinct fabric collections for the company, namely: Minimal Luxury – a minimalist design with calm, pastel colours; Gentlemen’s Club – marked by a refined, dark and sophisticated aesthetic; and Urban Lounge, which is characteristically clean, bold and bright.
The Minimal Luxury collection, featured here, is now available at Haworth. Gentlemen’s Club and Urban Lounge will be available by the end of August.
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