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Until Dawn Curtain

With its intricate pattern of natural forms, Until Dawn has been designed to create suggestive plays of light and shadow. You can use it as a curtain, screen or wall hanging: it will always look beautiful and magical.
Manufacturer / designer: Tord Boontje Studio for Artecnica
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Product information

Elaborate flora-and-fauna panels play with light, creating intriguing shadows and textures in any environment, as a curtain, screen, or wall hanging. Flowers, dragonflies, leaves, rabbits, deers: an explosion of nature in your home with the unmistakable signature of Tord Boontje. Made of Tyvek, a light, super-resistant paper-like material.

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- Features: Tyvek curtain / hanging panel. Until Dawn comes with Velcro-closure loops and holes to hang from hooks or poles.

- Dimensions: 106,7 cm (W) x 243,8 cm (H).

- Material: Tyvek is the trademark of a material made of high-density polyethylene fibers. It is characterized by its durability, resistance and high breathability which contrast with the paper-like surface appearance. You can even write and print on it.

- Colour: White.

Environmental information

Tyvek is a plastic material developed by DuPont that is characterized by its high durability and resistance, which helps extend the useful life of the product. In addition to this, it has a high degree of recyclability. A good example of this is the Grand Trianon lamp: Tyvek used in its manufacture comes exclusively from post-consumer waste. However, the Tyvek recycling program run by Dupont is currently limited to the United States. If not recycled, Tyvek has a relatively low environmental impact compared with other artificial materials.

About the designer: Tord Boontje

Throughout his work, Tord Boontje explores juxtapositions of the old and new, naturalism and technology. Born in the Netherlands in 1968, he studied industrial design at the Eindhoven Design Academy before enrolling at the Royal College of Art in London. Tord has developed a romantic and poetic aesthetic, depicting nature combined with a flair for vibrant colour. Following the success of the Wednesday Collection, Habitat’s production of his Wednesday light (the renowned Garland light), and his continued alliance with Swarovski, designing chandeliers for their Crystal Palace project, he was nominated for the Designer Of The Year Award at the Design Museum 2003. Tord was nominated Designer of the Year by Elle Decoration UK and the Garland Light won the awards for best light and readers choice for Future Classic. Tord Boontje is also Head of the Product Design Dept. at the Royal College of Arts in London where he teaches graduate courses.

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