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Kvadrat Haku Fabric

by Teruhiro Yanagihara
for Kvadrat

Kvadrat Haku Fabric

by Teruhiro Yanagihara
for  Kvadrat

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Haku is a coated textile designed by Teruhiro Yanag­i­hara for Kvadrat with a time­less expres­sion. It is highly durable, wipeable, and water­proof, ideal for high-traffic spaces such as hospi­tal­ity or health­care envi­ron­ments. Haku comes in 28 shades, ranging from airy neutral hues to more outspoken notes. 

The textile incor­po­rates a sili­cone-coated polyurethane surface on a thin layer of fabric. Unlike conven­tional coated solu­tions, this construc­tion ensures that it has an intri­cate grain and a soft, luxurious hand.

Further­more, Haku has a sustain­able profile. It is REACH, Cal prop 65 compli­ant, and is made without harmful DMFs or Silox­anes. It is also PFC- and PVC-free.


Teruhiro Yanagihara


Japanese-born Teruhiro Yanagihara crosses boundaries and cultures to form encounters between contemporary design and Japanese crafts. His output spans several fields: product design, textile design, interior design, brand creative direction, and art direction.

In 2002, after finishing his studies in furniture design at Osaka University of Arts in Osaka, Japan, he established his eponymous studio, Teruhiro Yanagihara Studio, which today has a presence in Japan, Denmark, The Netherlands, and France.

His work features in the permanent collection at the Centre National Des Arts Plastiques in Paris and Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum. Furthermore, he was a jury member of the Good Design Award Japan 2020 and the Kokuyo Design Award in 2021.

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