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The wonderful Palace of Versailles gives its name to this 100% cotton velvet, available in a spectacular range of 120 colors. Perfect to make spectacular curtains, to upholster the most select furniture and to use in decorative accessories. Olafur Eliasson at

Fado, the famous Portuguese musical style, which has been declared intangible cultural heritage, is the origin of the name of this smooth double-width fabric, available in an extensive range of 16 colours. Different islands of this archipelago give their names

A collection inspired by the volcanic archipelago of St. Kilda, a World Heritage Site, located in the United Kingdom. Different islands in this archipelago give their names to the fabrics of the collection. Hirta: duotone spike design chenille, perfect for all

French cuisine is one of the finest on the planet and is recognised as Intangible Cultural Heritage. It wouldn’t be the same, however, without its aromatic herbs, which must come from the French region of Provence. This is the inspiration

A collection of prints inspired by the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve, which was designated as such in 2000 as part of the “Man and the Biosphere” UNESCO programme. Located in the Colombian Western Caribbean, its protected status has conserved key species

The Heritage collection is inspired by various cultural and natural world heritages located on the African continent, in Indonesia and in the Himalayas. An extensive collection in which we can find from African masks, natural parks, historical monuments or the aesthetics of

We present the new collection The New Ye-Yé created by Quintana Partners exclusively for Güell Lamadrid. It is a collection full of color inspired by the homonymous movement that emerged during the 60s in Spain that seeks to transfer the rebellion and

Krele, which means "clothing" in Afrikaans language, is the name of this new collection of ethnic fabrics inspired by the traditional clothing of African tribes, which are for them a symbol of identity, and stand out for their variety of

Collection of two-color ethnic fabrics of synthetic raffia, inspired by the Bakuba tribe, which lives in central Africa, known for its artisanal elaboration of textiles using raffia as the main material.     Bakuba Two-tone ethnic fabric of synthetic raffia with a geometric design.

Printed chenille on a blend of cotton/polyester rendering a worn effect and a design evoking an ancient Turkish carpet. Available in two colour ranges.         Turkish carpets, pure Renaissance     The East has always aroused a special curiosity in Europe. But if ever there was