In the Ultrafabrics universe, the spirit of pioneering rules. With five decades of craftsmanship behind us, we continue to reshape the world of animal-free performance fabrics - one surface at a time.

We create materials that suit life. We innovate and evolve in sync with the needs of our customers to deliver unmatched surface experiences across industries: premium, sustainable and intelligent fabrics that speak to—and elevate—the senses.


To redefine high-performance polyurethane fabrics
through elevated sensorial experiences.


Rooted in 25 years of professional partnership, founders Clay Rosenberg and Danielle Boecker-Primack are deeply passionate about Ultrafabrics and the endless possibilities they offer.

With an unwavering dedication to innovation, vast expertise, and an easy-going nature they have built a company culture that serves as the soul and backbone of Ultrafabrics. Always creating, improving, and driven to deliver superior performance fabrics partnered with personalized attention to every customer.

With operations on 3 three continents, Ultrafabrics is the company it is today because of the unparalleled drive, ethic, and spirit of cross-cultural collaboration that every team member brings to their craft, every single day. The shared goal is simple: The esteem of our peers and customers. We meet this ambition with the determination to do every job flawlessly, every time.



Our engineering and craftsmanship is constantly honed, evolving with the emergence of new technologies. We are not watching the horizon - we are on it.


We are relentless in the pursuit of perfection. From new innovations to custom creations, we hold every initiative to a standard beyond expectations.


Made for humans, by humans, we are ethical, sustainable and future-focused, with planet and people in mind.


What we create is possibility. We deliver evolving platforms for expressing imagination and creativity, and provide solutions that inspire creators to dream bigger.


Hands-on and passionate, we strive to always deliver a distinguished experience. From our fabrics to our people, we aim to always stand out.


Nothing beats Ultraleather for fabric performance, look, and feel. I highly recommend it to all my customers.

Laura Shackleford, Design Tiffany Yachts, Inc.

“I love the bright, environmentally friendly products you offer - I'm hoping they're easy to apply to custom booths in my restaurant remodel.“

Laura Freeman, Designer Merits Interiors

“We have been using the Brisa and other products for 6 years now. The fabrics in our yachts get the most comments from our customers and those viewing the boat, about how comfortable and authentic it looks and feels. We use this product exclusively. Thanks!”

Roger Brooks CEO/President Brooks Boatworks Inc.

“Everyone loves the feel of Ultrafabrics on our seating products.”

Greg Oseland, District Manager OFS

“Ultrafabrics offers the highest quality and widest choice as more and more clients ask for non-leather options.”

George Cuttingham, President Cuttingham Design



The second generation Evoque was revealed last week at the star-studded World Premiere of the new Range Rover Evoque at London's Old Truman Brewery. With a strong focus on the future, the Range Rover Evoque has been billed as an environmentally-friendly alternative in the automotive market, and Ultrafabrics has been highlighted as a high-quality option for the Evoque interiors.

See info about the launch from YouCar:


Attended by both client and customers, Ultrafabrics hosted a “Pop Up Showroom” at its North American headquarters to celebrate the launch of its latest collection, “Tottori”. Part of the Ultraleather family, this product was inspired by the windswept landscape of the Tottori Sand Dunes in Japan. Tottori has a timeless, leather-like grain, and has been designed to be incredibly robust. Additionally, Tottori has a detailed, granular texture and soft, supple hand. All of these sensorial qualities are combined with the high performance properties that Ultrafabrics is known for.

The launch was a great success, and of great interest to the Aviation, Design and Hospitality customers and partners who attended.


Teal can create stability by calming one’s emotions, while also providing an uplifting and revitalizing energy. Combine with yellow, red, or metallic finishes to create a unique space. Or, pair with white for a modern, yet timeless design.


We were so delighted to host Central St. Martin's Julia King & Conor Morris in our brand new Clerkenwell showroom as part of the Blueprint Magazines “Blueprint for the Future” series. Their speaking opportunities were inspiring and evolutionary which is just the type of company we like to keep! Thank you to everyone who came through the showroom this week as part of this joint venture supporting our design leaders of tomorrow.


On 17-19 July, Ultrafabrics will welcome students graduating from Central Saint Martins to exhibit their work in our new Clerkenwell Showroom. The March Spatial Practices students have been handpicked by Blueprint Magazine to exhibit as part of Blueprint for The Future, a showcase of the brightest, most interesting and challenging Architectural students from across London.

Nine of the capital’s best architecture schools have paired with nine international design brands, resulting in a ‘trail’ of exhibitions held over three days in showrooms across Clerkenwell, London’s beating heart of design.

As part of Blueprint for the Future, Ultrafabrics will host “Rethinking Pedagogy: Live Projects in Architecture School” three short talks by Spatial Practices at Central Saint Martins. 

Conor Morris – is an architecture graduate currently building his thesis project in Barking and Dagenham.

Verity Keefe is a visual artist, working predominantly within the public realm, using moving image, text and installation to explore the complex relationships between people and place. 

Julia King - is a Venezuelan-British architect and urban researcher at LSE Cities. She has won numerous awards SEED Award for Excellence in Public Interest Design 2014 and Emerging Woman Architect of the Year 2014.

Join us @ 5.30pm Wednesday 18 July.