Trevira shows modern textile fabrics at Orgatec expo

October 25, 2016 - Germany

Trevira, developers of textile polyester products for household textiles, apparel, automotive interiors, hygiene textiles, and technical applications, is showing fresh solutions for modern work environments via textile innovation under the theme “New visions of work- Trevira City”, at Orgatec expo, in Cologne, Germany, from October 25 to 29, 2016.

The exhibition set is made up of eight houses, made of textile materials and loosely arranged on the stand area. In the middle of the houses, whose symbolic function becomes clear from their reduced shape and archetypal silhouette, there is an open space that stands for the central themes of efficient work processes: communication, creativity, inspiration, networking, and motion.

The individual houses take up the core themes of the participating exhibitors, which have a direct bearing on the highly contemporary issues in office planning that include entry of colours and structures previously reserved by tradition for the home into the world of work, and acoustics as one of the most important elements in office planning.

From the outside, “Trevira City” appears in a tone-in-tone design of various shades of grey and thrives on a variety of textures and transparencies. The interiors of the houses are furnished in different colour ranges – thus the interior and exterior skins of the houses alone demonstrate a vast spectrum of textile design possibilities. The unusual design of the stand aims to communicate messages with a long lasting effect.

The various facets of the exhibition display the huge range of possibilities that the participating manufacturers have already created with their Trevira CS products. Fidivi is showing a great variety of fabrics in an all-over cushion installation, in the Pugi house there is a display of materials with a wink in oversized embroidery frame strips, and Baumann Dekor has an oversized lamp bursting the house dimensions.

In the Casalegno Tendaggi, house the visitor dives into a fabric labyrinth. On the acoustics theme Hohmann, has the visitor strolling through a display of ear sculptures and Müller Zell offers the chance of a sound shower. Other fabric suppliers have also contributed to the textile furnishings of the fair stand. Création Baumann, JAB Anstoetz, Mattes & Ammann and Silent Gliss are sponsors for the textile decoration of the two Trevira houses. (GK)