Panaz to launch Pixel at #CDW18

Global supplier of contract fabrics and wallcoverings, Panaz, is delighted to be exhibiting at Clerkenwell Design Week this May.  Panaz will be presenting its latest upholstery collections including Pixel, a contemporary and lively graphical print and Cadet Colours, market leading vinyl upholstery range now available in 60 colourways.


Bringing another dimension to the workspace sector, Panaz will also be launching its latest collaboration work – Digital and Binary Age, a two-scale design developed by award winning workspace designer David Fox and suitable for use on furniture of any scale. Combining David’s design skills with the innovation and inspiration of Panaz fabrics, this collection hits the market perfectly on a soft touch, wool effect fabric, oozing warmth and style.

Tony Attard, CEO of Panaz said “We are experimental and creative here at Panaz. Working with David allows us to showcase our capabilities in the field of digital print, and our flexibility in bringing fresh designs to market quickly, efficiently and on fit for purpose, luxurious contract fabrics. Digital Age captures this perfectly”.

Debuting at Clerkenwell this year, Panaz will be showcasing other most recent collections and collaborations alongside SilicaStone, a 100% recycled alternative to natural stone, handmade in Lancashire, that can be used for interior and exterior applications including wall tiles, furniture, table tops or as solid surfaces.

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Panaz will be exhibiting during the 22-24th May at Clerkenwell Design Week 2018, hosted in the grounds of Saint James Church in the Project Pavillon, Stand PB3, Garden of St James, St James Walk, London.



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