The World Of Hospitality Issue 12 2015 - Page 34

34 Trevira the World Of Hospitality Trevira CS Fabric Creativity Competition No. 3 For the third time fibre manufacturer Trevira had invited suppliers of Trevira CS fabrics to take part in a creativity competition, within the framework of the customer club concept. With its focus on especially innovative developments in Trevira CS, the competition gives each fabric manufacturer and supplier the opportunity to gain additional points – and also a claim to more services. All entries are acknowledged. Some 100 fabrics were entered on this occasion and from these a panel of three independent experts selected 10 winning materials, along with 5 qualities that received special recognition. Criteria applied in classifying the entries were degree of innovation, technical execution, suitability for the contract and/or private market, and trend setting. The winner fabrics and special recognitions were presented by Trevira at Heimtextil in Frankfurt in January. The winners are: • Création Baumann: Article EFLORA, an extravagant curtain combining laser-cut and sticking technique • Gebrüder Munzert: Article SOFT DUO 5.7, Collection PIVOT, a chenille fabric suitable for upholstery and heavy curtaining • Jenny Fabrics: Article 50701-10587-0052-160, a semi-transparent Jacquard for drapes with a light, intentional stripe pattern • • Kinnasand: Article HAIKOMO, a material with a grainy feel and fine drape, giving the impression of tinted glass. Lelièvre: Article METALO M1 GLACIER 727-02, a complex Jacquard with the look of an opulent, rich satin with dull-shiny effects. • Ludvig Svensson: Article KHAKI 3745, a light and stable upholstery fabric with a grace that recalls firm linen. • Nya Nordiska: Article KITO CS – 01 ivory, made of stripes from the same material set on a filament non-woven base, recalling Japanese paper. • Panaz: Article VOYAGER / Edison, a twill material with a surprisingly soft feel, recalling a tweed with dogstooth pattern. • Rubelli: Article RUSKIN, a damask quality with a Renaissance design, silken feel, elegant sheen and wonderful drape for highend interiors. • Stotz: Article 6887.14 TECHNO, a fabric with an irregular two-tone appearance and a smooth lustrous effect, perfect for draping with waved curtain tapes. The five Special Recognitions were awarded to Baumann Dekor (Article 48513), Fidivi (Article RUSTICO), Gaetano Rossini (Article 221399.01.00), Nelen & Delbeke (Article TOVASA 35/50) and Sahco (Article 2618-11 TUSSAH).