Panaz, whose fabrics have always combined high performance with “haute couture” flair have now created an industry first, flame retardant and recycled fabric that combines all the above with a new message of sustainability.
The fabric Eco-twill will be used by Tom Sellers in his new pop up restaurant, as he embarks on a six-week residency ‘Story by the Sea’ at the Carbis Bay Hotel near St Ives. Over the course of the six weeks the restaurant team will work with campaigners Parley for the Oceans to remove 50 metric tons of plastic from the oceans.
With this key message of recycle and reuse, it is an ideal environment in which to use the new Panaz Eco twill fabric. Woven and printed in the UK, this fabric contains 50 recycled 500ml PTE bottles in every metre square.
Bringing a burst of colour and contemporary aesthetic to Seller’s signature restaurant style, the latest fabric design by Simon Attard named Underground reflects his own passion for recycling and sustainability, and in both name and substance references the increasingly disposable society and waste issues that we deal with every day on our streets, underground in landfill, and in our oceans.
“As a global operation we are conscious of our corporate footprint around the world, and we are committed to the impact we can have environmentally, philanthropically and ethically. We are therefore delighted that Eco twill has been recognised for such a worthy and innovative project by Tom Sellers.” – Tony Attard, CEO.
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.
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