Archive for the ‘textile’ category

The Collaborative Collection by Wolf-Gordon and Mae Engelgeer

January 5th, 2017

Together, they’ve created a collection that partners graphic elements and textures with the craftsmanship of Dutch Modernism, and given a modern spin. As a result, each of the pieces is characterized by clean lines, abstract geometric forms, and luxurious details.

Utrecht armchair textile by Bertjan Pot for Cassina

April 20th, 2016

The colourful geometric-patterned material is made using innovative weaving technology. Using a computer-controlled Jacquard weaving machine, eight coloured threads are mixed two at a time to create 19 different colours on a template outlining the shape of the armchair.

Polythread Knitted Textile Pavilion by Jenny Sabin Studio, New York City

March 3rd, 2016

The temporary pavilion employs both photoluminescent and light activated yarns that absorb, collect, and deliver luminance. From a practical standpoint, this portable and super-lightweight structure could be used outdoors to consume rays from the sun during the day, before releasing them at night.

Electronic Textiles by Phillip David Stearns

April 26th, 2015

Translating Computer Code Into Tactile Cloth Tapestries

Bloom blanket by Bianca Cheng Costanzo

March 31st, 2015

Wool pyramids form origami-inspired Bloom blanket

BANDAS collection by GAN

March 18th, 2015

folding A-part by Mika Barr

May 12th, 2011

‘folding A-part’ is a project that deals with print as an outline to fabric’s structure. An exploration and research performed by israeli-based Mika Barr, the development is a series of textiles that fold, fracture and turn in three-dimensional ways, derived from a flat printed pattern.

Softseating from Molo design

April 26th, 2011

The inspiration for softseating comes from a desire for flexible and spontaneous space making. softseating’s magnetic ends allow it to connect to itself forming a cylindrical stool or low table. Elements of the same size can also connect to one another to form long winding benches, providing endless seating topographies. Made from a single material, the beauty of these pieces sits between the representative and the abstract, creatively interchanging with one another.

MetalTextile

March 24th, 2011


These top-quality woven textiles feature metallic yarns containing stainless-steel, copper, enamelled copper, bronze, tin, gold and so forth — interwoven with yarns of silicone, linen, wool and other fibres.