rohi is celebrating its 85th anniversary. Founded in 1933, rohi is now one of the world’s leading providers of woollen seat upholstery fabrics – for the aviation and international furniture industry, and for public buildings. rohi’s customers include international companies like Lufthansa and Emirates, Vitra, Rolf Benz and COR as well as Daimler Berlin and Staatsoper Unter den Linden. To date, three generations have set the company’s course time and again, and continuously developed both design and production processes. However, the heart of the manufactory remains the wealth of experience with wool as a high-tech fibre, which has been passed on from generation to generation.
Within challenging times, we don‘t want to miss the opportunity to keep in contact with you, face to face via personal conversations. The two-day event “vis-à-vis” at the Design Post in Cologne on 28. and 29. October 2020 offers the ideal opportunity for a personal exchange. Both days you have the opportunity to meet us…More Information
rohi is staging the modern, yet timeless elegance of its new fabric SHAKE in a new Art Deco-style installation. The concept – by design firm formstelle – is inspired by the lavish interiors of 1920s-style bars. Elegant lines, premium materials and warm colours exude worldly elegance and extravagance. The stringent geometry adds a modern statement…More Information
rohi presents its novelty SHAKE at IMM 2020, an elegant, sophisticated virgin wool fabric with a refined brilliance. Its characteristic surface sheen makes it vibrant and flowing. The three weft colours, which blend in gently or provide a bold contrast, create a special play of colours, revealing intense effects in motion and light. The iridescent…More Information
13RUGS by rohi presents the 13/13 REFLECTING COLOURS collection at IMM 2020. In our world of colour overload, the collection intentionally concentrates on 2 x 13 curated colours. For us, REFLECTING COLOURS means exploring the impact of each colour in the collection, starting with our sources of inspiration, and translating them into unique textile products….More Information