Clarence House Draws on Seminal Art and Architecture Movements in New Collection
The textile titan’s spring collection, 20th Century, plumbs the seminal art and architecture movements of the modern era—from Art Deco and Fauvism to Cubism and Futurism. Designer and brand artistic director Kazumi Yoshida considered and captured the visual output of the time period as well as various artists’ philosophical approaches to nature versus technology, and their ability to turn topical events into timeless expressions. The 20 patterns include Harlequin, a 55-inch-wide cotton-polyester upholstery available in three colorways; the Arts & Crafts–inflected Pomegranate, a neutral-toned botanical with a beautiful drape; Zermatt, a Bridget Riley–esque composition of lines overlaid with optical squiggles in viscose-cotton velvet; and La Moderne Print, a linen-cotton for bedding, window treatments, upholstery, and more that nods to Sonia Delaunay canvases.
Fashion Designer Arthur Arbesser Collaborates With Abet Laminati on Compelling Graphic Prints
In a first-time collaboration with Abet Laminati, fashion designer Arthur Arbesser releases a collection of compelling graphic prints.
6 Products to Spice Up Any Space
From wall coverings to outdoor seating, the warm tones in these 6 products can spice up any residential or commercial space.
Designtex Launches a Trio of Graphic Goodies
Applied materials manufacturer Designtex launches a trio of dimensional and graphically charged goodies, on view at NeoCon.
9 Floor Coverings That Add a Graphic Jolt of Color
High-contract patterns and punch color add energy underfoot in this collection of vibrant flooring options.
BuzziSpace Unveils a Lighting Fixture in the Shape of a Potato Chip
BuzziSpace introduces a pendant, BuzziChip, and an acoustic application, BuzziPleat Edel Long, to bring style and function to the office.
Wood-Skin Envisions Architectural Panels as Origami
The geomteries of origami inspires Wood-Skin’s 3-D boards with acoustic properties built inside square or rectangular frames.