Articles tagged Textiles

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Vescom design director Christiane Müller: on innovation and her process

AMSTERDAM – ‘Form and function go hand in hand,’ says Christiane Müller, as she explains the creative process which begins long before the embossing rollers roll.

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Inside Vescom and its dedication to detail

DEURNE, the Netherlands – Frame visits the Vescom office for a behind-the-scenes tour of the production facility where the wallcoverings, upholstery and curtain fabrics are made.

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Orinuno – the new expression of origami at Theaters Tilburg

TILBURG, Netherlands – Dutch textile architect Samira Boon turns Japanese paper craft into a fabric-based installation and spatial organization system.

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Vlisco’s vibrant history jumps off the walls at Museum Helmond

HELMOND – Vlisco celebrates its 170th birthday with an exhibition that displays its iconic fabric designs on every available surface.

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Raw materials combined with traditional techniques infuse rugs with cultural heritage

SURFACES – Typically, artisans weave rugs according to existing patterns, but Jaipur Rugs’ Weaver Design Project revolves around Rajasthani makers who compose their own patterns.

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Uanmee awakens the overlooked category of home textiles

NEURENBERG – Bed-linen brand Uanmee fuses the worlds of sport and ready-to-wear with a digital aesthetic.  

Saturday Night by Rob Walters
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Statement prints and kaleidoscopic textiles will feature in the DDW Shop, hosted by Frame

EINDHOVEN – For the second time, Frame Publishers will curate the official DDW Shop. Among the products on sale are a vast array of innovative textile pieces.

The co-working space inside Clerkenwell church sports Tom Dixon's Industrial Landscapes.
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Tom Dixon depicts London's chaos for Ege's Industrial Landscape collection

In a valiant visualisation of London's chaotic mix of picturesque castles and ugly buildings, British designer Tom Dixon stamps swirls of smog upon the latest collection with ege.

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Mathery Studio rolls out acting skills for Fiber Affair

With lint rollers either in hand or on the end of telescopic poles, New York-based Italian designer duo Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli of Mathery Studio collect the colours of their clothes in a …

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Studio Nienke Hoogvliet grows Sea Me collection with furniture of seaweed-dyed fabric

Back in issue 103, Frame first introduced Nienke Hoogvliet's interest with undersea vegetation which manifested as a knotted carpet of rugged seaweed yarn entitled Sea Me. Since then, what began …

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IMM Cologne and LivingInteriors Roundup: Sanitary Sensations to Smart Surfaces

COLOGNE – From sanitaryware to flooring and wallcovering, IMM LivingInteriors has got interior essentials covered. Innovations this year included liveable and customizable bathrooms, breathable …

The industrial space for contemporary art hosts a follow up of Philippe Parreno's New York show, Hypothesis.
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Philippe Parreno turns Milan's HangarBiccoca into a cinematic production of shadows

MILAN – Upon entering Milan's HangarBicocca, visitors are immersed into an orchestrated sound and light experience.