Julius collection by FÄRG & BLANCHE for GÄRSNÄS

February 9th, 2016 by retail design blog

FÄRG & BLANCHE have been developing the technique of Wood Tailoring™ for several years. Sewing machines are used to stitch directly on to the wood, piecing together different materials and parts. For the sofa and armchair collection Julius, they have been exploring new possibilities of joining the upholstery to the wood. With Wood Tailoring™, sewing technology is taken to its extreme by the hands of highly skilled craftsmen.

Designed by FÄRG & BLANCHE for GÄRSNÄS
Photo: Stellan Herner, Lennart Durehed, Färg & Blanche

http://www.fargblanche.com

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