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Milan – During Milan Design Week, Moooi welcomed visitors to experience new products, novel textiles, printing processes... and even a little music.
Milan – With this Waste No More installation, Eileen Fisher and Sigh Ahl engage in a type of aesthetic activism that goes beyond the closet and into the living room.
Amsterdam – This month, Dutch interior textiles brand Vescom will introduce its wide-ranging curtain fabrics to the US contract market.
Rotterdam – Walls made of fungi, coffee couture and bioplastics made of cheese, weeds or manure? Welcome the latest innovations at MaterialDistrict Rotterdam.
Munich – Why did BMW’s new iNEXT car replace one of the most recognizable elements of the brand? Adrian van Hooydonk had a great reason.
London – The relocated Bond Street store designed by McQueen’s creative director Sarah Burton and Smiljan Radic departs from past aesthetics.
Munich – BMW is treading uncharted territory with the highly automated iNEXT car. One of its most interesting tech applications though, is weaved in with the fabric.
Ebeltoft, Denmark – Together with Margrethe Odgaard, the Danish interior textile company crafted Re-Wool, a collection utilising a new recycling strategy.
Beijing – Atelier Tree tackles constraints imposed on makers of trade-fair stands: short construction times and tight budgets.
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.
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.
TILBURG, Netherlands – Dutch textile architect Samira Boon turns Japanese paper craft into a fabric-based installation and spatial organization system.
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