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The view into the bedroom reveals a lot – among other things it reflects the lifestyle of the residents. Just as clothing expresses personality, the Tisca textiles used in BICO’s box spring bed make a clear statement: “Everything for your best sleep.”

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BICO Magazin Tisca

Materials in perfect combination

By stroking the textile lining of the box spring bed with your hand, you can immediately feel the quality of the fabric – natural warmth, pleasant dryness and a compact fibre structure that conveys density and elasticity. The lining materials used for the box spring bed come from the Swiss company Tisca, the renowned full-range supplier of textiles for interiors and exteriors. The family-owned company, which is represented worldwide, comes from the Appenzell region and is one of the last remaining weaving mills in Switzerland. Tisca brings almost 80 years of valuable company experience to the BICO box spring bed. The textile used combines all the advantages of a hard-wearing fabric and thus underlines the ruggedness and long service life of the product. The high wool content in the fabric acts as a natural

heat and moisture regulator and helps people enter a deep and healthy sleep in their BICO box spring beds.

Swiss origin as common denominator

“Quality, reliability, diligence and long-term commitment are typical Swiss values that we and BICO have made our own. On site, we produce everything we are able to manufacture here,” explains Domenica Tischhauser, Tisca’s upholstery fabric expert. For the box spring bed textile, this means that the best New Zealand wool, from yarn dyeing to finishing, is processed in all work steps in Switzerland. Tisca meets the highest expectations in every respect, which is also reflected in the wide range of applications of Tisca textiles. “Tisca and BICO share a passion for innovative products and a desire to offer customers something truly good,” affirms the textile expert at Tisca.

Tisca and BICO are constantly optimizing their ecological footprint. The use of naturally renewable raw materials is explicitly taken into account, as is the case with wool. For this reason, too, fabrics with a wool content of 85 percent were chosen.