Rubelli Fabric

Designed by Luke Edward Hall

Rubelli has forever been a byword for exclusive and sophisticated fabrics. Over the years traditional fabrics have been joined by contemporary style fabrics, including ‘technical’ ones.

The Rubelli Quatrefoil® fabrics designed by Luke Edward Hall give new and unexpected finishes to the Clap chairs by Patricia Urquiola and Mademoiselle by Philippe Starck with their original patterns with interlocking geometric footprints, inspired by the designs found on carpets.


The fabric is 100% cotton and feels very smooth to touch.


Luke Edward Hall is an English artist and designer. Luke’s philosophy is shaped by his love of storytelling and fantasy. His colourful work is often inspired by history, filtered through a lens of irreverent romanticism.

Luke established his studio in the autumn of 2015 and since then has worked on a broad range of commissions, from interior design and fashion projects to murals and illustration work for books, restaurants and hotels. He has collaborated with a variety of companies and institutions including Burberry, Lanvin, Christie’s, Royal Academy of Arts, Ginori, Svenskt Tenn, Diptyque, Habitat and the V&A.


The Rubelli mill, located just north of Milan towards the silk specialty region of Como. A production site and also a laboratory for experiments and research, the Rubelli mill numbers 50 staff members, 31 state-of-the-art looms and 3 valuable original eighteenth-century looms still in operation.

Clap chair above in the brick red colour.


Sketches of interlocking geometric shapes.
A highly whimsical print.

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The Rubelli Quatrefoil® fabrics appear to float on the Mademoiselle by Philippe Starck.

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