Arkiv 4 originates from the abundant archives of GU. Originally a coat fabric made in 1959, i was revived as an upholstery fabric in 2012 and now emerges With New colours by Anemone Wille Våge. The Rich texture springs from the twisting of several unique yarns spun at the mill. The combination of twisted yarns and radient colours makes it a beautiful enhancer of sofas and Chairs. Archive 4 has a high content of wool, which makes it naturally fire resistant and very durable
Design: GU Design Team / Merete Serrano & Christiane Müller | Colours: Anemone Wille Våge / Ragnhild Nordhagen
Article no. 5533 Composition 75% wool / 25% viscose Weight 760 g/m Width 130 cm
Durability (rubs on Martindale) 51,000 Fastness to light (1-8) 4 Resistance to rubbing dry state (1-5) 3-4 Resistance to rubbing wet state (1-5) 3-4 Wheelmark Yes EU Ecolabel No Flame resistance FTP Code: Part 8 (IMO)
EN ISO 1021: Part 1+2
Wool textiles have good, natural water-repellent properties, which mean that it is easy to clean. We recommend focusing on regular maintenance and cleaning of our fabrics. Below you can download our maintenance guide, which also contains recommended cleaning methods.
Professional dry-cleaning Vacuuming Iron at moderate temperature Do not wash Do not bleach Do not tumble dry
Archive 4 has its origins in a coat fabric first produced in 1959. In 2012, the German designer Christiane Müller found a fabric sample during a treasure hunt in an archive in the attic of one of the old factory buildings. The fabric has been reconstructed as a durable furniture fabric and the colors have been modernized by one of Norway's foremost interior designers, Anemone Wille Våge.
The rich texture of the textile comes into its own when several unique yarns are twisted together. Combined with exciting colours, the textile highlights any piece of furniture it is drawn on. Arkiv 4 has a high proportion of wool, which makes the textile naturally fire retardant and very durable.