Category Archives: patterns
Inspired by the supple stems and pliant petals of the tulip flower, this dynamic design captures the exuberance of nature. Tulip’s vibrant texture resonates with vigour and verve, making a powerful visual statement that charges the interior with vitality.
Pleat is the result of a new folding technique developed to give our textiles greater depth. A layer of fluid felt strips ‘float’ above the surface of the base fabric, using light and shadow to enhance the contrast between them. … Continue reading
The wavy texture of this design is formed by interspacing broad ribbons of felt. As they stretch across the surface, bands of fabric form a chequerboard of flat planes and steep curves, alternating squares of light and shadowy semicircles.
A network of textile strands evoke the meandering veins that trail across the surfaces of tree leaves. As they trace the base fabric of this design, they form a textile abstraction of one of nature’s signature motifs.
Laine’s wavy texture is created by lateral ribs spaced evenly across it surface. It evokes a landscape of verdant hills, promoting a softly organic aesthetic that brings a topographical map to mind.
Rings of fabric are stitched to the base textile by seams that divide them in two. Broad loops form at the point where their sides slope inward, creating sensuous, rounded shapes with a tactile texture.
Bloom is a multifaceted design that uses a negative shape to form a positive motif. Subtle seams create sharp outlines that suggest the rays of a sunburst, which come together in the shape of a budding flower.
Conceived as an uncompromising expression of texture, Elbac is completely devoid of ornamentation. Its dynamic rhythm of concave hollows and convex arcs form a uniquely undulating surface.