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AJR - Rarola

Jute cloth

AJR - Rarola
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AJR - Rarola
AJR - Rarola
AJR - Rarola
The AJR - Rarola, with its raw and exotic aspect, is realized plotting in a loose way the homonym textile fiber that is mainly cultivated in the zone of the delta of the Gange. The fabric and the grassy plants that remember the savanna had been used for creating an ideal connection between the neoclassic features of the halls and the wild nature of the Park Gombe in Tanzania, where Jane Goodall conducted the searches on the chimpanzees that made her famous and that pushed her to ask the recognition of some fundamental rights for the great anthropomorphous apes. Jane Goodall at Palazzo Serbelloni
AJR - Rarola Jane Goodall at Palazzo Serbelloni
AJR - Rarola Jane Goodall at Palazzo Serbelloni
AJR - Rarola Jane Goodall at Palazzo Serbelloni
AJR - Rarola is a fabric in natural jute fibers with a loose plain-woven, decidedly more open than the similar AJT - Hessian fabric.
Thanks to its robustness and low cost, it is traditionally used in agriculture to wrap the exposed roots of trees and shrubs during transplantation, to control erosion on steep slopes and in general for all those applications requiring the feature to biodegrade in the ground.
In scenography it is used to create structured props or, due to its raw and exotic appearance, as a material for scenes that recall natural landscapes.
It is a very cheap material.
Flame reaction
NFR - not flame retardant
this product can be treated with YFT - Ecoflamtex to reduce flammability
Composition
100% jute
Weight
200 g/m≤
Width
192 cm
Length
50 m
Packing method
folded
Available colours
see colour chart
Custom colours
N.D.

Paintability
Rating 3.5
Printability
Rating 0.5

Availabilty
by the metre
in full bolts
in tailor made creations

Colour chart

AJR - RarolaNA. natural

This material was used for...

Jane Goodall at Palazzo Serbelloni

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