Invitation to a Japanese tea ceremony with Camilla Fischbacher on the occasion of the Munich fabric spring
In the name of Camilla Fischbacher, we are pleased to welcome you to a Japanese tea ceremony with sweet treats on the occasion of the Munich Fabric Spring 2018 in the showroom of Christian Fischbacher.
Christian Fischbacher takes us on a trip to Japan with the novelties Kotori, Hana and Haiku of the Spring Collections 2018.
Why are Japanese design influences becoming increasingly visible and what impact do they have on the work of the Swiss textile design company? How do the years of the Fischbacher family in Japan shape the design process to this day?
Challenge wallpaper: A textile look on the wall needs clever materials and sophisticated printing techniques. How can fabric designs be translated into a particularly textile wallpaper? Which design elements are traditionally Japanese?
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Christian Fischbacher Showroom
St. Gallen, 8 January 2018 – Christian Fischbacher, the renowned Swiss textile design company, presented the collection novelties of 2018. The concept of holistic interior worlds, which Christian Fischbacher successfully established last year, will be continued in 2018 with a product premiere: for the first time modern non-woven wallpapers complete the portfolio of the supplier of the finest furnishing fabrics, carpets, bed linen and home accessories. For the new collections, Christian Fischbacher was inspired by Japanese flora and fauna and experimented with yarn blends and printing techniques.
In two articles, the peculiarities of these two renowned companies are described. For the luxury manufacturer House of Tai Ping, some carpets are still handmade on old jacquard looms. Christian Fischbacher knows about the unpredictability of textiles and why not all tomatoes are the same.