Weekly Top Five: Textiles
The result of a collaboration between the world renowned architectural firm of Robert AM Stern and cf stinson, The Tracery Collection celebrates the shared language of architecture and textiles and brings a new sophistication to performance fabrics. see more
Never has seaweed seemed so sexy. That’s the result of a graphic designer’s teaming up with a pair of marine biologists to create a textile collection. Hypoglossum seaweed and Rhipidosiphon algae are two of the little-known ocean plants whose microscopic beauty gave rise to seven prints. The designs are easy on the environment: They’re printed with water-based inks on 54-inch-wide ecofriendly Belgian linen. www.nettleandfin.com
Dottie polyester-cotton and Do Si Do cotton-polyester blend by Pollack.
Kyoto Weaves is a new, lighter weight woven hemp product that comes in nine calming colors. This product combines the green aspects of hemp with the clean, modern aesthetic of an allover organic swirl pattern. Kyoto Weaves seams beautifully, making it an ideal sustainable choice for large areas. see more
AZUKI, RAZIO, CORSO, SENATO WALLCOVERING. From the Vol 1,2 & 3 collection by Patty Madden. Shown from top down – Azuki, Razio, Corso, Senato. see more