Weavings by Annemette Beck

August 9th, 2011 by retail design blog

The Danish textile designer and weaver Annemette Beck works from the basic principles of weaving and experiments with new combinations of structures and materials. Her works covers designs for rugs, runners, room dividers, blinds, panels, wall hangings and upholstery fabrics.

Annemette Beck undertakes bespoke textile proiects, sunject to quotation – handmade or factory woven. Materials are paper yarn – rubber – metal threads as silver, copper, brass or stainless steel – lurex – crystals – coated polyester- recycled bicycle tubes – plant fibres – wool – linen and more.

“The philosophy behind my work is to simplify the design – to remove what is unnecessary so what only is essential remains – to make a clean. clear and sharp design by the way of carefully controlled fantasy”.

Annemette Beck









http://www.annemette-beck.dk/

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