Panaz eco-twill fabric
Panaz, whose fabrics have always combined high performance with flair, has now created a recycled fabric that combines all the above with a new message of sustainability.
The fabric was used by Tom Sellers in his new pop up restaurant by the Seaside. The chef temporarily relocated his Bermondsey restaurant to the Carbis Bay hotel – located near St Ives – to a six – week residency called “Story by the sea”. Over the course of the restaurant’s six weeks the restaurant team worked with ocean campaigners to remove 50 metric tons of plastic from the oceans.
This key message of recycle and reuse is an ideal environment to use the new Panaz eco twill fabric that is woven and printed in the UK. Manufactured from re-purposed plastic bottles, the fabric features designs created by Simon Attard that are inspired by 1970’s New York street art.
Through its portfolio of flame-retardant fabrics for drapes, bedding, upholstery and accessories, the award-winning Panaz leads the way in fabric design and innovation, exploiting technological and aesthetic advances to meet the requirements of international contract environments.
From its UK headquarters, Panaz operates through a global distribution network, with subsidiary companies in the USA, and France.