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We produce not only technical textiles, but also upholstery and contract fabrics. In this area, we would like to introduce you today to a particularly beautiful and historic example from our company.
The Pascha pattern, which adorned the Porsche models in the 70s and 80s, is a real eye-catcher. Especially the Porsche 911 Targa SC with its Pascha pattern set standards back then. This pattern is reminiscent of motorsport finish flags and still fascinates today. But it was not only the 911 that shone with these psychedelic interiors. The Porsche 924, 944, 928 and the G model were also in hot demand at the time.
The roots of the Pasha pattern go back to chessboards. Porsche's chief designer at the time, Anatole Lapine, reinterpreted the chequerboard pattern by using different rectangles to create a moving look. The result? The unique "Pasha pattern".
Since its market launch in 1977, the Pasha pattern was an absolute must-have among Porsche enthusiasts. It adorned the seats and door panels of the Porsche 928 and was installed in the 924, 944 and the 911 G model until 1984.This daring "move" by Anatole Lapine proved to be a masterpiece that embodies authenticity and style to this day. The Pasha pattern remains one of the greatest icons in the world of automotive interiors.
Available in a variety of colour combinations, the Pasha pattern is a timeless design icon that represents the legacy of an era of creative freedom in automotive design.It is made of yarn-dyed fabric and weighs 500 g/m², which underlines its quality and durability.However, the textile is not a discontinued model of our house, no - it is still made in our production to restore old Porsche models with it, for example.
We are very proud that our Pascha fabric has found such a great place and thus its lovers.
In the photos you can see a Porsche 928 from 1978 with our chequered object fabric.