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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.
HELMOND – Vlisco celebrates its 170th birthday with an exhibition that displays its iconic fabric designs on every available surface.
SURFACES – Typically, artisans weave rugs according to existing patterns, but Jaipur Rugs’ Weaver Design Project revolves around Rajasthani makers who compose their own patterns.
NEURENBERG – Bed-linen brand Uanmee fuses the worlds of sport and ready-to-wear with a digital aesthetic.
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.
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.
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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