Fem Studio Channels Urban Architecture for Digitally Printed Wallpaper Collection
“Urban architecture inspires me,” Femke Hofhuis of Fem Studio states, “the mix of materials, the patterns created by repeating windows. Every city has its own vibe and I love to catch that with my eyes or my camera.” Capture that she did in Ligne #01, her vivid, digitally printed wallpaper patterned with reverberating lines and geometric shapes. It was developed in conjunction with Van Iwaarden Artwork and shown at “Masterly–the Dutch in Milano,” a Salone satellite exhibition. Boasting a linenlike texture, a roll of the paper measures 49 inches wide by 98 feet long.
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