Over the past few years, Duvaltex's CLEAN IMPACT TEXTILES™ have truly become a voice of change. Architects and designers are looking to address clients' requirements for sustainable commercial textiles with a distinctive advantage for a more eco-conscious approach to interior design.
Duvaltex's CLEAN IMPACT TEXTILES™ undoubtedly offer the same performance and hand as other fabrics that the industry is accustomed to. However, design can never be compromised. That is why we sat down with Joel Sergerie, Senior Product Manager at Duvaltex, to explore his approach to designing collections fabrics that are biodegradable* or made from ocean plastic waste.
Inspired by the ebb and flow of ocean waves, Marin, part of Ocean Waste CLEAN IMPACT TEXTILESTM, features a tonal pattern that is subtly moving. Piece-dyed with two kinds of polyester that dye differently, this fabric's subdued organic pattern pays tribute to light reflecting and playing across the water. Calming by nature, the large-scale pattern is gorgeously subtle. Offered in very saturated colors, this textile is ideal for acoustic, accent panel and branding applications for customers looking to add a touch of boldness. Soft-colored, fashion-forward neutrals are also available to offer a comforting look.