Fabric meets design
Sabi is a multidimensional woolen upholstery textile, which explores layers and bright colour paradigms. Designed by Louise Sigvardt, it is crafted, in part, with recycled wool from the yarn spinner Wooltex in the United Kingdom.
One of the coloured yarns for Sabi are made of virgin wool, while the other is recycled wool dyed in darker tones. This approach ensures the textile’s dynamic colour palette, which features a classic dobby weave construction. The recycled wool used to create Sabi comes from re-using scraps that otherwise would have been waste.