Paolo Ulian’s PLISSE’ sink is the ultimate Antonio Lupi bathroom design combining water-jet technology with pleated textile aesthetics.
From Renaissance perspectives to CAD software visualisations. 6 architectural patterns building up a trend at Maison & Objet and Paris Deco Off.
After digging the dustiest museum archives around the globe moooi presents The Museum of Extinct Animals, an exhibition and collection featuring drawings of lost species, trimmed by imagination.
Hand-knotted bi-dimensional universes, women-empowering knitted stools and hand-woven sacred geometries. In Paris, 8 textile designs celebrated the art of weaving.
Textiles made by rain, quilted graphic design and responsive wallpapers. We picked up 7 stunning design patterns in New York.
“Innovators at Heart” exhibition at Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair showcases Färg & Blanche’s Long Neck armchairs nesting visitors with a textile armour.
As design world seems to be projected into digital culture, students of Design Academy Eindhoven reflects on the importance of tactile experience with the TOUCH BASE, an exhibition you can digit with your bare fingers… and a petting zoo to actually caress instead of watching YouTube videos.
Boston Museum of Fine Arts presents #techstyle, an exhibition showcasing the tech-side of future catwalks. From Ralph Lauren’s phone charging bag to Iris Van Herpen’s Water Splash Crystallization dress but also an artificial leg and clothes that hug or change colour.
Minimal and simple home collection by Iittala with fashion designer Issey Miyake highlights Japan and Finland increasingly similar aesthetics.
Algaemy by Blond&Bieber is the biodynamic and colour-changing collection that investigates the potential of micro algae in textile printing for fashion and design.
Flowing colour transitions, dynamic forms and subtle monochrome shades: UNI/VERSE – Woven Poetry, the curtain collection by Kinnasand reflects the ethereal nuances of northern skies.
Stockholm Furniture Fair 2014: students of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design explore beyond the border of conventional textile furniture.
Created by four young Italian designers from Milan, Woodskin is the wooden sheet that flexes like a textile. This new composite and elegant material works like an organic architectural tissue that can be modeled and bent to create complex shapes.