'Divina' — the name of Kvadrat’s colour-saturated wool cloth range refers to its designer Finn Sködt’s fascination with the intense colours and soft forms of the garments found in Renaissance paintings; in particular Leonardo da Vinci's concept of the 'colours of divine light'.
To celebrate the fabric’s 30th anniversary, Kvadrat commissioned emerging and established international designers to create new and bespoke pieces utilising the enduring range. GTF art-directed two series of images – both working out of darkness to intensify the palette — to provide a unified presentation across the exhibition installation, publication and film.
Design and art-direction: Graphic Thought Facility
Fabric photography: Angela Moore
Product photography and film: Casper Sejersen