Brentano pattern earns multiple awards

Solstice earns IIDA/HD Award, HiP Award and #MetropolisLikes Award

WHEELING, Ill. — Drawing inspiration from Brentano’s successful pattern Equinox, Solstice –redesigned for indoor/outdoor applications – joins the new Cityscape

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Part of Brentano’s collaboration with Sunbrella contract, the pattern has recently been recognized by several outlets with awards. Solstice achieved an IIDA/HD Product Design Award at the HD Expo show this past May, and at NeoCon, the fabric was awarded with a HiP Award (Honoring Industry People and Innovative Products) from Interior Design magazine and the #MetropolisLikes Award for excellence in aesthetics and functionality from Metropolis magazine.

Inspired by constellations, Solstice is designed to be as big and bold as the celestial bodies that inhabit the night sky. Designed for indoor and outdoor usage, the 54-inch upholstery offers stain resistance and bleach cleanability for a wide range of applications. The solution-dyed acrylic and polyester warp allows for extreme light-fastness and boasts an abrasion resistance that passes 50,000 double rubs (Wyzenbeek, Cotton Duck). Created to be environmentally conscientious, the pattern also has received a Facts Silver sustainability certification.

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