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Custom creations for interiors

Collection was created sustainably, quickly and on-demand.

23rd September 2022

Innovation in Textiles
 |  London


Kornit Digital is collaborating with furniture start-up Cozmo and London design studio Raw-Edges to showcase the unlimited creativity made possible by digitally-produced custom sofa jacket designs at the London Design Festival which runs until September 25th.

Dubbed Cheek Prints, the collection was created sustainably, quickly and on-demand with Kornit’s digital fashion and textile production solutions. Each unique cover features designs intended to transform plain, standard sofas into custom creations with an entirely fresh look and feel. The collection was designed by Raw-Edges at its London design studio.

“The ability to transform a generic fabric with custom prints creates a sofa that can change with the owner’s tastes and provides a lifetime of value,” said Phil Oakley, director of UK and Ireland at Kornit Digital. “With digital production technology, there’s no need to throw away older sofas. It allows owners to redesign the furniture’s look and feel quickly, easily and cost-effectively. We’re excited to exhibit at the London Design Festival and are proud of our collaboration with both Cozmo and Raw-Edges, showing all that is possible for home décor with sustainable, on-demand production.”

“Our sofas are design-led, offering customers total freedom to create a sofa that is unique and special and doesn’t exist in the market,” said Jacob Peres, co-founder of Cozmo. “Working with Kornit, we’re not only putting creativity in the buyer’s hands, but also allowing the market to respond quickly to changing customer demand.”

The sofa collection was produced using Kornit’s Presto direct-to-fabric digital production system, an advanced, single-step solution for high-quality decoration and the only system offering white printing on coloured fabrics.

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