Bioengineering textile materials by Amy Congdon

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Today we will take you on an excursion to the future and show you a project that explores the potential of luxury and bespoke bioengineering textile materials. As you see, we are really focussing on innovation when we talk textiles and this post somehow  suits very well our SECOND SKIN trend we published a few days ago. Amy Congdon is a designer …

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Second Skin – A Lifestyle Trend 2017/18

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It might sound weird to some, but skin future materials have been intriguing recently many design schools and graduated students. We'd like to raise the question of   This Interior Design&Lifestyle Trend 2017 talks about research, innovation and new technologies. As I wrote in our newsletter and getting a bit more personal about what I think about likable trends, when visiting the Off-Salone …

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Dyed Wooden Textiles by Elisa Strozyk

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We are  happy seeing grow our relatively new Textile category and can't wait to attend the next Première Vision show in Paris to bring you much more information on what is going on in this fascinating discipline. Dyed Wooden Textiles is a wonderful installment of German designer Elisa Strozyk  I had the privilege to see and touch at the Salone this year. …

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Textile installations by Hanne Friis

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With the textile installations of the Norwegian artist Hanne Friis we are more than happy to expand our portfolio in our relatively new series on ‚Textiles‘. We’ve shown you before, that the latest developments in Interior Design represent an ongoing trend for the sophisticated and conscious customer’s crave for a haptic experience. We believe, that garment making craftsmanship will be …

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It’s trending: Embroidered textiles and a fab reading room

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Luis Laplace’s armchair is the main piece of the reading room created for AD Intérieurs 2015 at Palais d’Iéna in Paris. The use of an 18th century tapestry stitched upside down on the back of the Laplace Bespoke bespoke armchair mixed with threads added by an embroiderer epitomized the ambition of Luis Laplace to mix time and styles to approach …

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Innovative Textiles by Bori Kovács

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Bori Kovács is a product and conceptual designer from Budapest, Hungary, currently based in London. The need for haptic inexperience is an ongoing trend and end consumer crave for tactility. The spaces we inhabit invite to be full of tactility with the latest developments in the Interior Design field. © LISA KLAPPE Photography This innovative textiles project Please Do Touch is focused on the essence of textural …

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