Innovative Textiles by Bori Kovács


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.





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This innovative textiles project Please Do Touch is focused on the essence of textural information; detached from all visual elements such as color which could distract the viewer’s eye.

By isolating and analysing satisfying tactile experiences in nature, Kovács aim to translate their qualities into interior surfaces. This is presented through a range of products that challenge conventional ideas of comfort and common perceptions of pleasant/unpleasant stimuli. They offer a wider variety of textures inviting users to actively seek tactual information in their environment.


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