Brentano debuts fall 2016 Cityscape collection

New outdoor fabric collection draws inspiration from urban landscapes

BrentanoWHEELING, Ill. – Brentano, an indoor and outdoor fabric manufacturer, recently introduced its fall 2016 Cityscape collection.

Design Director Iris Wang and the Brentano design studio were inspired by all senses represented within the metropolitan environment, such as skyscrapers, movement and energetic sounds of the city. The 18 new patterns symbolize society’s kinetic energy while offering a unified balance of residential, hospitality and contract textiles.

The new collection includes graphic, large-scale patterns (Cityscape and Boulevard) with small-scale coordinates (Metropolis and Boomtown). Built for high performance contract applications, all four patterns offer extended wearability, exceeding over 75,000 double rubs (Wyzenbeek, Cotton Duck) and include Incase finishing and acrylic backing for a wide range of applications.

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