The pattern for Map features two areas of dots in two different colours, which play across the width of fabric. These areas meet in middle of the textile and overlap to form eye-catching colour nuances. This gives the curtain a vibrant expression that is reminiscent of a map. In addition, the look of Map changes with the perspective of the viewer: from a distance it appears as if the pattern is created by solid colours, but as the viewer gets closer, the different coloured dots emerge, revealing how the perceived colour is created.
Each colour setting for Map consists of three different colours: the base tone of the fabric and dots in two different colours. This creates a variety of intriguing and surprising tones in each colourway.
Vibeke Rohland was inspired to create Map by the idea of creating an, ‘active yet controlled textile’, which ‘becomes an abstract landscape where colours blend and create new forms and colour experiences’.