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Frame Magazine

A full octave of fabric featuring eight translucent polymer yarns made from light, delicate vinyl. Ideal for window treatments such as flat Roman shades adn panel track systems, as well as for space dividers and privacy panels.

September 2006

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Mix Futures Interiors

Libby Kowalski's Kova Textiles has only been established for one and a half years but has already sent a ripple through the laminates world with her Krystal laminate range. We see the range working espically well in back-lit sites.

Spring 2006

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NeoCon 2006 Show Daily

Three new vinyl window treatment patterns by Libby Kowalski show just how far the materials has come. Octave raises the bar with eight clear polymer yarns that tie the open pattern together. And like Octave, TWizzle, in three new colors, and the lightweight Futura, can be fabricated into a panel or shade by the company.

June 2006

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Contract Magazine

Octave, Tasse, Swirl, Twizzle and Futura comprise the new Krystal Sheer Collection designed by Kova Textiles to coordinate loosely with the Krystal Weave Satn FR collection.

May 2006

kova textiles featured in magazine
Frame Magazine

Although Clear Wiggle has a loosely woven, handcrafted look, it is a commercial fabric that can be used for track systems, blinds, wall hangings, room dividers and upholstery. Hand-set and bonded, the fabric can be easily cut with scissors and requires no additional edge bonding. Kova's transparent yarns produce an elegantly modern pattern.

March/April 2006

kova textiles featured in magazine
Mix Futures Interiors

Ideal for drapes, Roman shades, scrim and panneling, Basket WEave, in white and clear, combines yarns of clear polymer and vinyl-coated polyester, resulting in a flan-proof, super-strong weave that looks, and hangs, as delicately as lace. It's also available encapsulated in hard-surface resin product.

October 2005

kova textiles featured in magazine
Frame Magazine

Crystalline fabrics encasewd in transparent polymer sheets shimmer softly, brightening spaces used for hospitality and entertainment, healthcare, retail..

September/October 2005

kova textiles featured in magazine
NeoCon 2 Show Daily

For those yearning for a little more sparkle in their commercial window applications, the Krystal Weave Satin FR collection is the answer. Woven from translucent and white yarns, the line brings a sparkle of stardust to an otherwise earthbound window.

June 2005

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Architectural Record

The award-winning Krystal Weave Collection by Kova Textiles is made from completely clear extruded polymer yarn that looks like drawn glass yet actils like a textile.

April 2005

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Interiror Design

Alternating clear and white chunky yarns allow Krystal Weaves to let the light in while still providing privacy.

December 2004

kova textiles featured in magazine
Contract Magazine

See through just got more interesting at Kova Textiles

November 2004

kova textiles featured in magazine
Hospitality Design

Krystal Weave creates visual privacy without fully blocking the view, and plays well with the light.

November 2004

kova textiles featured in magazine
Azure Magazine

The Krystal Weave collection by Kova Textiles is made from transparent and white yarns woven into fabric. Developed over a three year period by Kova design director Libby Kowalski, Krystal Weave can be used as fabric or as laminate in a resin panel.

kova textiles featured in magazine
Contract Magazine

Designer Libby kowalski wove clear and opaque white yarns for teh Krystal Weave collection. Applications include window coverings, room dividers and lamintates for light systems and backlit walls.

July 2004 6

kova textiles featured in magazine
Interior Design

Alternating chunky clear, transparent, and white yarns, Krystal Weave allows light to filter into a space providing visual privacy.

May 2004

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Metropolitan Home

Catch the Weave. Libby Kowalski has produced the first fabric made from completely clear extruded polymer yarn. Think woven drawn glass. Krystal Weave, available in clear and translucent design

September 2004

Awards

Adex Award - Kova Textiles
ADEX Award for Design Excellence Platinum

Products : Golden Dawn Moire Laminate
Krystal Weave Satin FR Collection

2006

Best of NeoCon - Kova Textiles
Best of NeoCon 2005, Silver Winner

Product : Drapery/Cubicle/Shade

2005

Adex Award - Kova Textiles
ADEX Award for Design Excellence Platinum

Products : White Wave Laminate

2005

Adex Award - Kova Textiles
ADEX Award for Design Excellence Gold

Products : Krystal Weave Collection

2005

Material ConneXion, certificate for Excellence - Kova Textiles
Material ConneXion, certificate for Excellence in Material Development

Product : Krystal Weave Collection

2004

Best of NeoCon - Kova Textiles
Best of Neocon 2004 - The Editor's Choice Award

Products : Krystal Weave Collection

2004

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