Posts Tagged ‘fabric’

Cibic Marazzi Tile Club by Studio Blanco, Rome – Italy

May 16th, 2018

The temporary hospitality experience takes inspiration from London’s gentlemen’s clubs – opening the traditionally exclusive concept ‘to anyone interested in ceramics as an artistic and architectural form’. The tactile allure of marble, metal and concrete present in the Grande ceramic slabs are experienced alongside Grand Carpet, the collection by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel.

Spazio 21 shop by Silvio Girolamo, Gioia del Colle – Italy

May 9th, 2018

The white color of the parquet and walls in opposition to the tuff of the vaults and recesses, a warm and expressive material of the local architectural tradition, is the predominant element. To give greater lightness to the tuff are conceived simple black hangers surmounted by small square, rectangular or circular shelves.

Kale’s A switch of mind stand at Cersaie 2017 by Paolo Cesaretti, Bologna – Italy

April 13th, 2018

We used versatility as a conceptual frame. A low-definition modular design complemented with an external semi-transparent digital printed fabric skin. The modular elements are easily reusable giving shape to ever new display spaces and the fabric skin is a communicating surface providing always new messages and identity. Adopting semi-transparent walls to display solid ceramic surfaces was a challenge.

MK new textile collection for AQUACLEAN by Mikiya Kobayashi

January 16th, 2018

Mikiya Kobayashi has designed this new collection for Spainish textile company, Aquaclean. Aquaclean’s textiles are special because of their fabric treatment that allows you to clean stains using water only.

Sengoku Unagi Seikotsuin by Makiko Yamaguchi / HEADSTARTS, Tokyo – Japan

October 20th, 2017

For this project, which is the second branch of the Unagi Seikotsu-in Group, I aimed at creating a comfortable space that the visitors would want to repeatedly come back, with meticulous attention to every detail including the texture of fabric, not to mention the carefully thought-out design, usage of colors and lighting plan.

Sail Outdoor furniture by Héctor Serrano

September 13th, 2017

The Spanish designer has used an external fabric in place of the traditional wool dhurrie of the previous version to create a fresh, modern and voluminous collection. His design converts this product into an alternative and fun product that can easily adapt to many different spaces.

Hermès store opening, Copenhagen

September 11th, 2017



Upon entering the store, shoppers come across the brand’s mosaic ex-libris, followed by a lofty, open-plan retail space that’s defined by natural blond wood, pristine white walls and back walls in a contrasting prussian blue shade. The main retail space is furnished with custom-made pieces in cherry wood, while floor-to-ceiling wooden frames, decorated with Hermès’ renowned silks, serve as partitions and add a sense of intimacy to the setting.

Adidas Stan Smith sneakers with Kvadrat fabric

July 3rd, 2017

Adidas has partnered with Danish textile manufacturer Kvadrat to release an edition of its iconic Stan Smith sneakers covered in dotted fabric. The collection comes in blue, grey and red versions. Each design is patterned with Kvadrat’s Squares fabric by Danish designer Vibeke Rohland, which features textured circles in contrasting shades.

Bestours Africa Savannah window display by Mateo Fumero & Minerva Capdevila & Antonio Franch, Barcelona – Spain

July 1st, 2017

Two 3 meter long painted wood pieces with brass and wood inlay arranged by an african fabric pattern are separated by a thin space where a detailed scale model savannah landscape is melted with a typographic message: “is a whole world to discover”.

Fabula Large by Costantino Morosin for SLAMP

January 23rd, 2017

Fabula appears to be a long piece of fabric wound around itself. The new, iridescent versions for ceiling and wall are 60 cm in diameter, handmade with Lentiflex®, and feature 5 light sources, making them perfect for illuminating large spaces.

Amour Vert store by BCV Architects, Palo Alto – California

January 3rd, 2017

Freestanding shelving units create walls of patterned fabric, while sculptural elements and simple graphics throughout complement the store’s open, airy feel.

Closca Fuga foldable bike helmet

October 12th, 2016

The accessory features a reflective section of fabric at the back to make sure wearers are visible to nearby traffic. A second accessory, the Nordic visor, is made from ribbed wool. It can replace the helmet’s existing visor to keep the ears and back of the head warm.

Limited edition bench by JamesPlumb

October 11th, 2016

Unlike the previous collection, which included an elaborate lampshade and a Chesterfield sofa, JamesPlumb created the bench to showcase the “architectural qualities” of the textile when in its rawest form.

Residenza Le Stelle by Buzzi Studio Di Architettura, Locarno – Switzerland

September 28th, 2016

The sand-coloured bricks – created by manufacturer Keller using Jura clay – were then carefully placed in the exact locations by robots to form the undulations.

Chord collection for Bao Bao bag by Issey Miyake

September 25th, 2016

As well as the original triangles, the bags features various interlocking geometric shapes, including the lighting bolts and arrows. But circles sit inside an otherwise empty square within the pattern.

BMW museum by Crossboundaries, Beijing – China

August 29th, 2016

These banners can be lowered to double as projection screens. Pieces of red fabric have also been suspended from the ceiling and arranged to look like typical Chinese architectural gates. These welcome visitors into the main exhibition space.

AD boutique by The Purple Ink Studio, Bangalore – India

August 22nd, 2016

Wildwood restaurant by Brown Studio, Crawley – UK

August 10th, 2016

The front part of the restaurant in the listed fabric contains the Deli area & party room whilst the main body of the restaurant is located in the rear area and of less historic significance.

1944 Restaurant by ido design, Ahmedabad – India

August 9th, 2016

The smaller details like the wooden fluting, the beveled edges of the mirrors, rounded corners, the stripes of the fabric and the blue & gold accents – together create an overall experience that takes you back in the 1944 era and serves you the class and richness.

Green Air installation at CAM Saint Louis by Nomad Studio, Saint Louis – Missouri

August 4th, 2016

For the second act, the space has been modeled as a negative of the floating green carpet. What was hidden is now exposed and hovering overhead. The space has been inverted, as well as the intention.