The JAZZ collection, classic and timeless, features a new range of colours inspired by the delicate and subtle nuances of nature. The brand continues its commitment to the socially responsible production of textiles that make a clearly positive contribution to our local environs..
The new addition by Teixidors represents “a voyage starting with luminous light green shades, moving through dense earthy reds to deep evocative turquoise hues.” The words of creative director Nuria Bitria reflect the earthy colour palette of the JAZZ collection. One that is iconic, that explores the subtle differences between cashmere tones woven by hand on the looms at Terrassa. (Barcelona). The JAZZ collection embodies integrity and honesty. The quality of the material and its exquisite finish make it an ideal accessory for any type of space, and one that easily adapts to all the seasons throughout the year.
New throws handwoven in sustainable cashmere
With the aim of giving greater visibility to a unique breeding project that produces sustainable cashmere fibres, Teixidors is opting for the softness and lightness of this material this season, sourced from a cooperative in Mongolia. This season Teixidors presents 3 new handwoven cashmere throws -YAMAAT, TUIN and NÉBULA GRIS- in which the concept of fragility is translated into a design of three different structures, airy and extremely soft.
It’s characteristic of Teixidors’ to make the most of natural fibres on their handlooms in Terrassa (Barcelona), tending to its traceability and quality of the resulting designs.
Teixidors wants to convey a clear and powerful message this autumn-winter: its commitment to handweaving cashmere on its looms in Barcelona is a declaration of intentions. In addition to its qualities of softness, warmth and possibilities when woven by hand, is its ability to symbolize the concept of fragility, which the firm has wanted to convey this season.
Helena Rohner en los telares de Teixidors, Terrassa (Barcelona).
Helena Rohner has confessed that she does not work with color in a methodical way; instead, the colors she chooses reflect her past experiences and feelings. The Nuance and Pluyia collections showcase her preference for fresh, lively colors, which masterfully combine and interplay with the weaving technique and style. In the Nuance collection, the hues change with the light in a subtle dance of color and weave. In the Pluyia collection, the spotlight shines on the subtlety of repetition, on slight movement, “as if the fabric were patterned, but this sensation in reality comes about due to the technique used when weaving: by skipping over just a few threads in the weft.”
TILE collection by John Pawson.
Teixidors presents a new collection of handwoven throws and cushions in collaboration with John Pawson and inspired by architectural patterns at Maison & Objet, Paris - January 17-21, 2020. Hall 5A, Stand Q68/R67. John Pawson’s exclusive design 'Tile' for Teixidors consists of three throws and complementary cushions, with a design inspired by architectural patterns: playing with the repeating form of a rectangular tile to generate a mosaic, expressed in three intensities of colour.