Fabric

Furore

Apr 13, 2008No Comments

Flexible synthetic-fur fabric Furore is a porous, synthetic-fur fabric inspired by expanded-metal technology. Designers Yvonne Laurysen and Erik Mantel developed the product for LAMA Concept

Soft House

Mar 14, 2008No Comments

Digitally fabricated housing with energy-harvesting and light-distributing curtains Soft House by KVA Matx transforms the household curtain into a set of energy-harvesting and light-emitting textiles

Zip

Feb 21, 2008No Comments

Zippable modular carpet system Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec’s Zip carpet is a simple system of 200 x 75 cm wool felt modules that are connected

Recycled Leather

Jan 30, 2008No Comments

Upholstery and tile material made of recycled leather Spinneybeck’s Recycled Leather is taken from shoe-sole scraps, ground up and mixed with a water-based adhesive that

Digital Dawn

Nov 27, 2007No Comments

Electroluminescent window covering Designed by Rachel Wingfield, Digital Dawn is a textile that responds to environmental stimuli. Digital Dawn functions as a traditional window blind

Holofiber

Oct 26, 2007No Comments

Responsive polyester-based textile Utilizing cutting-edge nanotechnology, Hologenix has found a way to introduce millions of microscopic lenses permanently into natural and synthetic textiles. Holofiber fabric

Cityscape

Sep 10, 2007No Comments

Topographic wool rug and wall covering Designed by Monika Piatkowski, Cityscape elevates the notion of conventional loop pile and knotted rugs to a new dimension,

Stomatex

Jul 25, 2007No Comments

Breathable neoprene fabric Neoprene is used extensively in the water sports, soft orthopedic, sportswear, footwear, equestrian, and thermal protective equipment sectors. However, conventional neoprene causes

Repeat

Jul 21, 2007No Comments

Data-layered seating textile Maharam approached Hella Jongerius in 2001 with an open objective – to create a single textile which would permit a suite of

Airtecture

Jun 09, 2007No Comments

Air-inflated fabric structures Building with air, the most natural of all materials, is a special challenge because air-inflated components are used in place of the