The latest design collection from Miko, manufacturer of Dinamica® microfibre, focuses on the future of electric vehicles
Miko makes a microfiber textile called Dinamica for car interiors which we thought also might look great for our book cover. Here’s how we did it…
The advanced technology used during the textile’s production process enables it to be made flame-retardant without applying resins to its underside. As well as being up to 100 percent eco-compatible, the material complies with automotive legislation and standards requirements both inside and outside of Europe.
Italian company Miko specializes in the development and production of Dinamica, a high quality ecological microfiber that can be used for anything from car door panels or upholstery to fashion accessories. The faux suede material is produced from a combination of recycled polyester and polyurethane fibers, and is also 100 percent recyclable at the end of its lifecycle.
Established 1997Number of employees 50 (five designers)Global headquarters Gorizia, ItalyContact email@example.comWebsite www.dinamicamiko.com