Category: Interior Textiles

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A comfy couch-style chair as generation de-gapper, Roulade by KiBiSi is described by the Danish designers as a meeting between mattress and Chesterfield, a Swiss Roll turned sofa, that echoes the old while channeling the new. via

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British designer Selina Rose creates intricately cut and printed interior felt products and surfaces using state of the art technology. Her products are made from 100% wool felt and she uses environmentally friendly dyes to create her vibrant colour palette.

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Tri-fold Bench

Tri-fold Bench designed by Douglas Leckie, made in Ash hardwood. Three layered upholstered panels can be easily configured to fit a variety of social needs and restful postures.via

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In creating the new cactus and landscape series, Kwang-Ho Lee has experimented with various techniques such as scratching, rubbing of the paintbrush, and tapping on the canvas whilst enlarging the subject to its extreme to make the cactus seem like

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Swedish-French design duo Färg & Blanche pairs a factory-produced chair with “garments” that can be placed over its back, each handmade in the designers’ studio in Stockholm. The garments include small, straight back panels and wider, cushioned backs that come

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Trendy Blanket Pouf

French design studio Les M have created ‘Collerette’, a convertible pouf for Italian furniture manufacturer Casamania. The single and double chair have a rolled-up blanket for the arms and the back, which, when unraveled, turns into a cover. The polyurethane

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Big Basket Chair

The Big Basket is a chair made out of felt, woven in to a steel frame. The idea comes from the old basket wicking techniques. Swedish designer Ola Gillgren wanted to make the construction part of the esthetics, and make

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Are you fed up with modernistic architecture houses, with their minimalistic furnishing and colors, robust materials and straight lines? If you are this South African house with its abundance of oblong and unusual shapes, strong color and texture presence and

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‘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