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”karamiori”technique See-Through Fabric,geometric pattern

Karamiori; a weaving technique in creating open spaces in the fabric. The twisting creates a distinctive texture and three-dimensional feeling. The most distinctive feature is its sheerness. It can also be woven to be partially see-through, allowing the expression of a wide variety of designs. In addition, depending on the type of weft thread used, there are weaving techniques that can produce sheerness that varies based on the viewing from one side, but almost opaque when viewed from opposite side. And the fabric is see-through and consequently also highly breathable. There are a variety of possible applications that take advantage of the characteristics that take advantage of the characteristics of the fabric which allow light and air to pass through. It is actually resistant to wrinkling and slippage, because the threads are intricately interwoven, The texture also has a certain degree of stiffness, so it is possible create fabric that is sturdy as well as see-through.


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Traditional Crafts

Specification
  • Warp:SILK、Weft:SILK、Composition:SILK 100%、BLACK by piece dyeing
    Possible processing on fabric:Preventing yellowing due to ultraviolet rays, piece dyeing by any color, printing, other special processing 
    ※Material can be changed.
    ※It is also possible to creat original pattern. But there may be restrictions depending on the size of the motif.

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.karamiori_geometric
  • Collection setKaramiori
  • CollectionGeometric pattern
  • TypeBuilding Materials
  • Date of publishing2020-10-12
  • Edition number1
  • Height (mm)25000
  • Width (mm)1100
Related
  • Material mainFabric
  • Designed inJapan
  • Manufactured inJapan
  • Weight Net (Kg)0.11
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryFabrics - Fabrics
  • IFC classificationMaterial
  • UNSPSC nameInterior finishing materials
  • UNSPSC code3016
  • Uniclass 2015 CodeSL_30_40_80
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionSilk production rooms
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code12 05 13
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleFabrics
  • OmniClass TitleInterior and Finish Products
  • OmniClass Number23-15 00 00
  • CSI UniFormat II CodeC
  • CSI UniFormat II TitleINTERIORS

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