Fabric

Liminal Air

Jan 08, 2012No Comments

Interior cloudscape Inspired by a cave visited at the foot of Mount Fuji, Shinji Ohmaki constructed an installation designed to render visible the air we

Parametre

Dec 21, 2011No Comments

3D non-woven polyester textile Parametre is a lightweight, expandable 3D textile system designed to deliver visual impact with minimal material. Made of 100% non-woven polyester,

Woven Horsehair

Dec 10, 2011No Comments

Textiles from horse hair weavings Marianne Kemp develops woven textiles out of unconventional combinations of materials. Using small bunches of horsehair interwoven with linen or

Zetix

Dec 03, 2011No Comments

Blast-mitigation and ballistic-protection textiles Most blast-defense systems are only capable of coping with a single explosive event. Once they have deployed, any protection they offered

Delight Cloth

Sep 25, 2011No Comments

Luminous textile made with optical cloth Delight Cloth is a light-emitting textile comprised of thousands of fiber optic strands. With a diameter of only 0.25

Tarrot

Jul 19, 2011No Comments

Knitted metal fabric Tarrot is a knitted fabric hybrid for interior design made of three different materials—copper, stainless steel and brass. It has a melange

Clouds

Jun 24, 2011No Comments

Interlocking fabric tile assembly In collaboration with Kvadrat, designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have created Clouds, an innovative, interlocking fabric tile concept for the home.

Wall Through Wall Carpets

Jun 02, 2011No Comments

Carpet tiles with building-scaled patterns A Wall Through Wall Carpet is the result of a design strategy for buildings in which the perception of space

Cork Fabric

Apr 13, 2011No Comments

Woven cork based fabric London based designer Yemi Awosile has developed a new fabric with an innovative combination of repurposed cork and elastine. Cork fabric

Trasta

Apr 06, 2011No Comments

Knitted electromagnetic shielding fabric Trasta was developed to offer an effective solution for electromagnetic shielding when humidity is a fundamental factor. Trasta is very light—only